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Near my home
Ukraine
Copyright: Taras Kushnirenko
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Caricate: 02/01/2011
Aggiornato: 14/08/2014
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Tags: kharkiv; kharkov; ukraina; ukraine
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Flowering of a cherry tree
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Athletic club of factory "Svet shahtera"
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Oak
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Oak
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Railroad
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Suspension bridge вelow Goncharivska dam
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Lopan below Goncharivska dam
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Goncharivska dam
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Goncharivska dam
Igor E
Railway station is Kharkiv
Sergey Malov
kharkov
Igor E
Evro 2012 Area at the station
Justin Imhoff
Taj Mahal sunrise from over the Yamuna River
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Red Fort, Agra
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Palolem Beach Sunset no.2, Goa
Greg Burns
Start Line - Motorcycle Race
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Jodhpur Rooftops
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Diwan-e-Aam (Hall of Public Audience) at Agra Red Fort
Tibor Illes
Dom Square Pieta by Night
Benedict Kim
Actun Chapat Sinkhole Entrance
David Martin
Railroad bridge through a Cuban jungle town - half Gigapixel
Marc Gruber
Kuebelregatta 2009
Justin Imhoff
Kailash Temple, Ellora Caves (no.3)
Michael Pop
The flooded Church of the Bezid Lake, Transsylvania (2)
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Bridge and dam on the river Udy
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Constitucii Sovetskaya Teveleva Nikolayevskaya square
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Park of Pease (Kremenchuk)
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New pedestrian bridge - a view from the Kharkiv river bottom
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Oak
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Testing Sphere-T2. Designers room
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Owerpass across street "Velyka goncharivka"
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Oak
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Island "Fantaziya" (Fantasy) (Kremenchuk)
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New bridge across river Kharkiv
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Sanatorium "Roscha" (Grove)
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Goncharivska dam
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