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Candlemas 2014. in Dubrovnik
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Candlemas in Dubrovnik, main street Placa at night
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Dubrovnik old town - Placa Stradun
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Advent in the middle of the City
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Candlemas 2014. elevated
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Children's Carnival, 3rd of March, 2014.
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Dubrovnik stradun
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Saturday night concert
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Mayor and camermans at opening of 64 Dubrovnik Summer Festival
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64. Dubrovnik Summer Festival
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Traditional songs for Christmas Eve
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Gota 1 2
George Atanasov
The old Church inKremikovtsy Monastery
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Wiwannilodge
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GCR Dome Car
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Vjetrenica cave
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Robert Farber exhibition in Dubrovnik Art gGallery
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Elevators are very small in Paris
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Rowing adventure in Dubrovnik
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Ubli harbour
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Croatian War of Independence Museum - Turanj
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Château de Versailles - Palace of Versailles
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Le Petit Festival Dubrovnik
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Napoleon III Apartments
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Musée de l'Air et de l'Espace
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Robert Farber exhibition 09.04.2013.
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Renaissance gloriette of villa Gundulich in Gruz harbour
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