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MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek
Tanks and Armored Personnel Carriers
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Centurion Mk V.2 - On the Tank
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Tank Inside - Leopard
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Stevnsfort, Missile MIM-23 Hawk - Homing All the Way Killer
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MIM-23 Hawk ,Surface-to-air missiles, SAM
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The Bofors 40 mm gun, anti-aircraft/multi-purpose autocannon
Carsten Larsen
0814 Backyard of Stevns Klint Beach House
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Rodvig Flintovn
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Rodvig havn
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Rodvig Havn in August
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On the Breakwater in Rodvig Havn
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February, Stevns Klint
Michael Supercolor
masai exhibition
Felix Hagemann
Wurmberg Ski Jump
Hemant Kumar
Ameenpur
Smeggy Pants
Phone Box, Burnham Mkt Village Christmas Day
zeljko soletic
Dubrovnik from mount Srdj
Michael Supercolor
mafia island
Alexander Otarola
Boruca
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Piazza San Marco at Night, Venice, Italy
Marvin del Cid
Hatillo Cave
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Stephanos Chapel, Cappadocia, Turkey
Martin Broomfield
Sandbar Mange Reef, Mafia Island, Tanzania
Jozef Kokes
Synagoga, Stupava, Slovakia
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Lighthouse
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Koge river
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Europe poland kamienna gora
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Grodno castle, on the cannon
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Sunrise in Koge Havn
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Nadmorska Kolej Wąskotorowa, wnętrze wagonu
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Kosciół Matki Bożej Różańcowej, Kamienna Góra
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Niesytno castle, on the peak
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Stevns Lighthouse - Generator Room
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Roskilde palace
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Green Tunnel
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On the Breakwater in Rodvig Havn
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