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Werner Joemann
St Charles Kapelle Jerusalem
Werner Joemann
Garten St Charles, jerusalem, German Colony
Chaka
GUE under Old City
Furman Artjem
Old city. Jerusalem.
Furman Artjem
View of Old city. Jerusalem
Tamir Orbaum
Moshes Montefiore carriage
Tamir Orbaum
Moshes Montefiore windmill
Andy Alpern
Mt Zion Overlooking the Valley of Ben Hinnom
Alexsander Kurayev
Jerusalem Mill
Alexsander Kurayev
Jerusalem Lane
Ernesto Jorysz
Jerusalem
Alexandr Makarenko
Jerusalem, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Golgotha​​.
Jan Koehn
Habor - Weisse Wiek
Arroz Marisco
Ben Lomond
Vil Muhametshin
RUSSO BALT fire engine, 1912 - at the Riga Motormuseum, Latvia
Ruediger Kottmann
Werksatatt kueche harmonie lorch germany
Arroz Marisco
Storm over Condoriri
Krzysztof Jurczak
Morning River
Vil Muhametshin
Mala, her trainer and his assistant after their last show in Riga Circus
Arroz Marisco
Meeting of Three Lagos
Arroz Marisco
Laguna Chinancocha
Mark Schuster
Veteran Bicyclists
Rafał Szmigiero
EC1 Power PLant, Targowa Str. Lodz, Poland
Andrei Zdetoveţchi
Cârţa Monastery #3
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Havelock island jungle, Andaman Islands, India
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Nabataean city of Petra, Jordan.
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Ben-Tsiyon boulevard, Tel-Aviv
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Lutheran church of the Redeemer, Old city of Jerusalem, Israel.
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Tech Pan 02
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Occupy Tel-Aviv
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Tel-Aviv apartment
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Jerusalem old city market
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"The Secret 8" art exhibition in Tel-Aviv
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Elephant beach entry point, Havelock island, Andaman
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Sunset at beach number 7, havelock island
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The graffiti alley, Berlin, Germany
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