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The House of Estonian Puppetry Arts
Tallinn
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Katariina str.
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Blowing shop, Katariina str.
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St.Katherine's passage
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Old Dominican Monastery Claustrum
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Viru gate
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Viru street
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Viru Street in Old Town Tallinn
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Viru street
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Mountain Cat
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Quelmer Cimetière de Bateaux
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Pillowfight
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Camposanto Monumentale, Pisa
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Inside Krafla caldera
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Church of St John the Forerunner
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Candy shop at Rue Pairoliere, Nice, France
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Puhtitsa Stavropegic Dormition Convent
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Church of the Narva Icon of the Mother of God
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Church of the Nativity of the Mother of God (1839)
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Goodwin Steak House
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Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Raekoja Plats
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Patarei prison - Ward
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Stella "Glory to the Conquerors of Space"
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Alphaville at Õllesummer 2012
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Church of the Icon of the Mother of God Quick to Hearken
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