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Christos Tsekas
Flamenco Dance Photoshooting
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Πάνω στο Γεφύρι...
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Το Γεφύρι της Άρτας
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Ziros Lake
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Amvrakikos Gulf
Dimitris Kolios
St. Paraskevi Rodavgi Arta
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St. Paraskevi Church - Rodavgi square
Papagrigoriou Athanasios Soulis
Rizovouni Village
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Old watermile - Besiko Rodavgi
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old house at Kranea village
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little house Prevesa
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View from Panagia Evaggelistria of Papadates 2
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Tioman Beach in Night
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Marcelo Botta
Girasoles
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Tianzifang in Taikang Lu - Shanghai
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Martian Landscape with Rover Deck - NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell
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Lim Thai village-Mu Cang Chai
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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem
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Inside Tonnel 2
Volker Uhl
Lauenburg Altstadt
Marin Giurgiu
„St George” Cathedral 1833-1855, Tecuci, Romania
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Υπαπαντή του Σωτήρως-Βουλιαγμένη
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Gigapixel view of Athens from Lycabettus Hill
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View to the sea at Kavouri
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Liberty Bridge
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Photographers George Katsigiannis & Christos Tsekas at Temple of Poseidon
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The Cross on the way to Fellegvar Castle
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Aγιος Νικόλαος-Καρπενήσι
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Athens Skyline from Parnitha Mountain
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Παναγία Καταφυγιώτισσα-Θέα απο ψηλά
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Ριζό-Νερόμυλος, Μουργκάνα
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Γέφυρα ποταμού Καλαμά στη Βροσίνα
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