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Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Salaspils Memorial
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Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Inside the Museum of Salaspils Memorial Ensemble
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Entrance in the Museum of Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Entrance to Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Garrison Cemetery of the First World War
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Salaspils
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Salaspils
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"Funny zoo" in Salaspils Botanic Garden
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"Funny zoo" in Salaspils Botanic Garden.
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St George’s church ruins (1186)
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