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Słowacja Wielki Żleb Krywański (Veľký žľab)
Slovakia
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Maciej G. Szling
Wyżnia Przehyba Vyšná priehyba, 1982 m n.p.m.
Maciej G. Szling
Słowacja Rozdroże pod Krywaniem lub Rozdroże w Krywańskim Żlebie, Rázcestie w Krivanskom žľabe
Maciej G. Szling
Szlak na Krywań, Kriváň, Krummhorn, Ochsenhorn, Kriván
Igor Krucko
KRIVAN MOUNTAIN
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Krywańska Przełączka (Daxnerovo sedlo)
Jakub Laštovička
Kriváň peak
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Krywań, Kriváň, Krummhorn, Ochsenhorn, Kriván 2494 m n.p.m.
Beniaamin Snochowski
KRYWAN - TUZ PRZED SZCZYTEM
Sergej Esnault
Kmeťov vodopád - Kôprová dolina - Vysoké Tatry - Slovakia
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Rozdroże przy Jamskim Stawie (Rázcestie pri Jamskom plese)
Martin Berta
High Tatras - Solisko
Marek Stolarčík
Štrbské pleso - Solisko
kiyoharu takamura
Kibouhou in Yugawara
ehcsimred
Taubenpano
Rudolph Thomas
Bettys Bay Beautiful Sunrise Standing Next To Ocean
Pedro Menezes
Madeira Island - Funchal New Year's Fireworks 2012
Gregory Panayotou
Borobodur : The Keyhole to Nirvana
Vlad Rotmistroff
Spherical nodules
Tomek Zuk
Church in Zeliszow
omid jafarnezhad
*** Kakh Moze 40 Sotoon Esfahan ***
Gregory Panayotou
Borobodur : Reaching Nirvana
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"Sea Corps" Regatta. In the open sea
Mauricio Rubio - Videopontocom
Raimundo Rodriguez na Exposição coletiva Pop e Popular no Parque das Ruínas.
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Cape Meganom. Evening meditation
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Uscie Gorlickie
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Zawrat
Maciej G. Szling
Bałtów
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Cerkiew prawosławna Opieki Matki Bożej w Wołowcu
Maciej G. Szling
Bunkier
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Most nad Głębokim Jarem
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Stawy
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Poland Dolina Kościeliska
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Poland Tatry dolina za Mnichem
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Poland Łabowa opuszczona cerkiew
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rezerwat "Bór na Czerwonem"
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