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Saint James Church - Our Lady of Medjugorje
Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Our Lady of Medjugorje - Saint James Church
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City of Medugorje
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ST. James Church - Medjugorje
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Saint James Church - Our Lady of Medjugorje 2014.
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Saint James Church - interior
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Medjugorje - Risen Christ
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Medjugorje - Podbrdo apparition Hill
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Krizevac, Medjugorje - winter panorama
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Medjugorje Kricevaz
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Kravica Waterfalls / Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Kravice Falls
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Shishman Ibrahim Pasha Mosque
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Paris - Eiffeltower view from the 2nd lookout platform to s/e
Mikal Preston
Sedona views from airport
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Hwasun Ssangbongsa 1
Dick Schippers
Lock at Mijnden
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Kiunkaku  Kirin-room  (Atami-shi)
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The Laren Mill
Dmitrij Slediuk
Aerial panorama of Kremenchuk beach
Taro Tsubomura
Night view from Hakodateyama
Ian Britton
Old engines near Marley Hill Engine Shed
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Kiunkaku  Garden  (Atami-shi)
John Roberts
Angel's Window at Point Royal, Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA
Lee ByongSoon(이병순)
12070886 panorama
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Wedding of Ivana and Josko
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Silente, 15. 01. 2014. behind the loudspeakers
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Wedding of Ane and Mario
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Bassin de l'Arsenal
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City hall of Varaždin
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Happy hour at caffe Zino
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Knin Fortress
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Karaka - replica of a Dubrovnik Republic traditional carrack ship
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Waiting for a ship
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The entrance of our Saint Blaise Catholic Church on Saint Blaise's feast day
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Candlemas, Christian festival beginning on February 2nd in Dubrovnik
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Muzej domovinskog rata Dubrovnik, War museum Dubrovnik
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