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Veere - Veerse Meer
Netherlands
Copyright: Mike wösthoff
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Uploaded: 02/08/2012
Updated: 24/08/2012
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René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Near the ferry Veere
René van Gageldonk
[From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Campveerse Toren
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": The Havenhoofd
Mike Wösthoff
In Veere
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": near the yacht club
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": The Market in Veere at night
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": townhall
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": de Markt
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Harbour and Kaai
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": de Kaai
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": Oliemolenstraat
René van Gageldonk
From de series "beauty spots, Veere": The old well near the Grote Kerk
Stefan Geens
Restored mosque in Cairo
Vladimir Georgievskiy
Garden of Winter Palace, Petersburg
Jan Vrsinsky
Restoration of Temple V in Tikal
Willy Kaemena
Funkturm
Stefan Geens
Spice suq, Sana'a, Yemen
Dmitry Sverdlov
Crimea, Yalta, Silver arbor
Vladimir Georgievskiy
Salamina ferryboat
Alessandro Ugazio
Dolceacqua, narrow streets (caruggi)
Jean-Pierre Lavoie
Fireworks and skating rink at Montreal Old Port
Alessandro Ugazio
Dolceacqua (Imperia)
Andy Alpern
Yodfat: Diwan Saz Concert at Tel Yodfat, Galilee, Israel
Church of San Isidoro of Oviedo
Mike Wösthoff
Veere - Veerse Meer
Mike Wösthoff
Stavernbusch
Mike Wösthoff
Mühle
Mike Wösthoff
Stavernbusch Spielplatz
Mike Wösthoff
Schloss Vornholz 2 - Ostenfelde
Mike Wösthoff
LCD-Show-Ahlen-Zeche
Mike Wösthoff
Schloss Vornholz 3
Mike Wösthoff
St. Ludgerus - Die Kapelle
Mike Wösthoff
St. Ludgerus - Die Kirche
Mike Wösthoff
St. Ludgerus - Die Kirche II
Mike Wösthoff
Zeeland - near Westkapelle
Mike Wösthoff
Schloss Vornholz 4
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