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Meeting of Croatian Catholic Youth 26.04.2014.
Kostas Vassiliou
Dubrovnik west city walls
Saša Stojanović
Dubrovnik placa Stradun
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Meeting of Croatian Catholic Youth 26.04.2014.
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Procession along Dubrovnik streets on Good Friday 2014.
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Blue hour over Dubrovnik
Night Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik - Old Town - nighttime
Ruediger Kottmann
Dubrovnik - townwall 1
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City walls
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Dubrovnik city walls
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Franciscan church in Dubrovnik
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Street musician on Pile Gate
Gary Quigg
Torr Head #04, Antrim, Northern Ireland
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yunnan Yuanmou County The Earth Forest tulin 1——Geological wonders of nature
Brandon Riza
Dawn on the summit of Teewinot Mountain
Tadashi IKUTA
The Swimming Pool: 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
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Beijing Huairou Mutianyu Great Wall 1——The Great Wall Mutian Valley show
Thomas K Sharpless
Building the Dream Car
Willy Kaemena
Damascus Old Town
Martin Broomfield
Waterton Lake, Alberta, Canada
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Rainbow and Drama Light new
Jan Vrsinsky
Graffiti Backyard
Bill Edwards
Jimi Hendrix Memorial, Purple Haze, Renton, WA
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Artists' square at Place du Tertre in Montmartre
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Place des Vosges statue Louis XIII, Paris IV
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The Holy Mass for St. Blasius in Gorica St, Blasuis, Dubrovnik, 10.02.2013.
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New Year 2014. at Tomicic street
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Old fisherman's boat
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Caffe Palainovka, Zagreb, croatia
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Bridge over Zrmanja
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Marin Držić
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Maritime museum Dubrovnik 2
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The entrance of our Saint Blaise Catholic Church on Saint Blaise's feast day
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Park Maksimir, Zagreb, Croatia
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Le Kiosque des Noctambules du Jean-michel Othoniel (instalee en 2000.)
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