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Toompark
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The sculpture "Puhkaja" (holidaymaker) by Tauno Kangro
Vladimir Patras
St Mary's Cathedral, Tallinn, Estonia
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Toomkooli street
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Toompark
Min Heo
Toomkirik
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Toompea Castle
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State Hall
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Toompea Castle Square
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White Hall
Mahmood Hamidi
Tallin Alexander Church, Estonia
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Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
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Jazz, Musique de rue, rue Kereon, Quimper Finistere 7425
Udaykumar
400 Years Hyderabad where Unity Lives in Diversity, Charminar as witness.
jacky cheng
Chongqing coral dam-0017
Lakeshore State Park
Martin Broomfield
English Bay and Burrard Inlet, Vancouver
John Willetts ARPS
Westonbirt Arboretum, Autumn colour
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Jazz, Musique de rue, rue Kereon, Quimper Finistere 7425
John Willetts ARPS
Westonbirt Arboretum, Autumn colour
Martin Broomfield
English Bay and Burrard Inlet, Vancouver
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云冈石窟-二十号窟,Yungang Grottoes - Cave on the 20th
Arroz Marisco
Chorten before Phurte
Bob Stapleton
Maidenhead Thames river bank
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Church of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God (2001)
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Monument to Lenin
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Marienplatz, München
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The sailing ship Krusenstern - Tallinn Maritime Days 2011
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Seaplane Harbor, Tallinn - Flight Simulator ;)
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The opening ceremony of the Monument to the War of Independence
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Museum Kiek in de Kök, Tallinn
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Puhtitsa Stavropegic Dormition Convent
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The Kandahar slope
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Frigate Shtandart
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The Palace of Culture "Kokshetau"
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Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lifes (Kaido Ole, KUMU Art Museum)
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