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Jelgava Palace Park (1)
Latvia
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送信日: 28/10/2011
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Uldis Bardins
Jelgava Palace Park
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At the entrance gate of Jelgava Palace
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Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
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Jelgava Palace
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Jelgava view from Pils island (Pils sala)
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Jelgava view from Pasta island (Pasta sala)
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River Driksa new embankment and hanging Mitavas bridge
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Bridge over Lielupe river
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