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Most Otwock - Józefów (z 8 metrów)
Poland
Copyright: Mateusz włodarczyk
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Uploaded: 02/04/2014
Updated: 04/04/2014
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Under the Bridge - Świder river
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Świder river
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Świder river
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Path along the Świder river
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Świder river
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Słupy - panorama z 8 metrów
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Świder - panorama z 8 metrów
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Meadow
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Swider River - near the railway bridge
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PKP Józefów - platform
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City Hall Józefów
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Zillertaler Höhenstrasse
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Sepultada
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Expo roof
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Santa Fe de la Laguna
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Parking next to the National Stadium in Warsaw - Made during the recording FotoVlog
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Las
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Groyne on the Vistula
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Platform 3 at the Warsaw Wschodnia Osobowa (PKP station)
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Platform 1 at the Warsaw Centralna - repairs
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Platform 2 at the Warsaw Centralna (PKP station)
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Most Siekierkowski "filar" FotoVlog recording
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Empty road
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Under the Poniatowski Bridge
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Jewish cemetery in Otwock (Karczew-Anielin)
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Swider River - near the railway bridge
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Warsaw - view from the observation tower
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