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Ventspils seaside
Latvia
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Igor Dubakov
The observation tower
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Ship "Azova" on Ventspils pier
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Ventspils University College
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Ventspils narrow gauge railway (Platform shelter “Priedes”)
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Ostas Street Promenade or Ventmala delights ("Intenerant cow ")
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Ventspils South Pier Lighthouse - 2 (Latvia)
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Ventspils South Pier Lighthouse
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Near Lemberga hute snow hill in Ventspils, Latvia.
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Ostas Street Promenade or Ventmala delights
Igor Dubakov
Monuments of Krišjānim Valdemāram
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The Snow Hill "Lemberga Hūte"
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Cow Parade Ventspils 2012 (Pomegranate Cow)
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Abandoned Atrium, New York City
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bayahibe beach. dominican republic
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St Nicholas Abbey - warehouse
Marcio Cabral
Laguna de Los Tres at Moon Rising
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Upper Lake, Kananaskis, Alberta
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9/11 Memorial Plaza and 1 World Trade Center
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Le Quai Debilly
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Morgan Library, New York City
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Circus Room at the Tinkertown Museum
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Inside Savior on the Spilled Blood St Petersburg Russia
Andrea Biffi
Gare d'Oran
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Milky Way Meadow
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Kuldigas street in Ventspils
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Сentral square in Ventspils (Ratslaukums)
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Riga Passenger Terminal
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Alberta street 8 (Art Nouveau Building in Riga)
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Vecpilsetas street in Old Riga
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Festival of Light "STARO RĪGA 2012"
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At the Bastion Hill in Riga
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The Freedom Monument (Latvian: Brīvības piemineklis)
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Art Academy of Latvia
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Ventspils narrow gauge railway (Platform shelter “Priedes”)
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Ventspils University College
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Bikernieki Memorial (Burial)
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