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Ventspils seaside
Latvia
Copyright: Александр Галиуллин
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Resolution: 4150x2075
Taken: 01/05/2012
Uploaded: 01/05/2012
Updated: 05/05/2012
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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
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Monuments of Krišjānim Valdemāram
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The Snow Hill "Lemberga Hūte"
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Cow Parade Ventspils 2012 (Pomegranate Cow)
Richard Drew
Argonne Labs Gamma Ray Detector Assembly
Studio Mambeau - Martijn Baudoin
Kasteel Doorwerth
Daniel Oi
Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Uwe Wieteck
Der bergahorn vom klausbachtal
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Falkensteiner Höhle, Bad Urach
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Tunnel Log in Sequoia National Park
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gondole a Venezia
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Villa Belle 5 star villa Sunset on Koh Samui
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East Japan railyard complex : a factory
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Votiv Church
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Wank mittelstation wankbahn garmisch partenkirchen germany
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Tsukuda-ko-bashi bridge
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Vecpilsetas street in Old Riga
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Сentral square in Ventspils (Ratslaukums)
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St. Catherine's Lutheran Church in Rīga, Latvia
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Bikernieki wood
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Mezapark.Kishezers
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Renka garden in Ventspils town
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Ventspils market
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Usma lake in the Ventspils region, Latvia. (Mežmalas 3).
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Fortress wall in Old Riga
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Ventspils narrow gauge railway (Platform shelter “Priedes”)
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Kuldigas street in Ventspils
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Alexander's Gate (Triumphal Arch), Rīga, Latvia.
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