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The Shack
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St Charles Kapelle Jerusalem
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Garten St Charles, jerusalem, German Colony
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GUE under Old City
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Old city. Jerusalem.
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View of Old city. Jerusalem
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Moshes Montefiore carriage
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Moshes Montefiore windmill
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Jerusalem Lane
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Jerusalem, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Golgotha​​.
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Avala TV Tower
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Balloon Fiesta 2009
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Cloitre du travail
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London 2012 Olympic Park
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Oplenac, St. George Church
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Inside a boat on the Red Lake / Lacu Rosu
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Terry Poison "Mad birds" music video shoot
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"The Secret 8" art exhibition in Tel-Aviv
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Bar Hoffman Building
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"The Secret 8" art exhibition in Tel-Aviv
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The graffiti alley, Berlin, Germany
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Occupy Tel-Aviv
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Nathan Alalouf garden
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Lutheran church of the Redeemer, Old city of Jerusalem, Israel.
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