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Okolice Borowieckiej Przełęczy
Slovakia
Copyright: Maciej g. szling
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Caricate: 25/08/2012
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Bobrowiec 1663 m n.p.m.
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Tatra Mountains, Grześ 3
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Grześ, Tatry
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Schronisko PTTK na Polanie Chochołowskiej
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Cathedrale Notre-Dame, Strasbourg, France
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Portofino
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GREAT WALL OF CHINA
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Cadillac Mountain Sunset
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Kakapo Peak
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Semi Anechoic Chamber
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Abbaye de La Lucerne - France
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Sculpture "Windhosen" from Julia Bornefeld, Husum
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Wolleys Bay Panorama, Tutukaka Coast
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Fosseland lake, Norway
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Te Henga (Bethells Beach)
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Skalne Pleso 1751 m n.p.m.
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Palenica 719 m n.p.m
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Strzeliniec
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Polana Przysłop
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Żabie Stawy
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Cerkiew Kwiaton
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