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20090925 All Saints Church vilnius lithuania
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All Saints Church, Vilnius
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Victims of the Ghetto Square
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2013 08 10 2222 Vilnius Portobello Arka
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Philharmonic
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Church of the Holy Trinity
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Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society
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Aušros vartų street
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Filharmonija
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A Monument to "The Vilnius Citizen Doctor Zemach Shabad"
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Vilniaus Šv. Kazimiero bažnyčia
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Šv. Kazimiero gatvė
Tibor Illes
Feherto Fishermen's Tavern and Guesthouse - Gypsy wedding party - bride and groom
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Lifou New Caledonia Jokin
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Argenton Port Finistere A2
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Chulamani Chedi, Wat kiri Wong, Nakhon Sawan
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Nunnery, Isle of Iona, Scotland - just off Isle of Mull
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Brooklyn Bridge, New York, USA
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Puerto Penasco Rocky Point Shrimp Boats
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Al Khulail Dam-سد الخليل
PEC
Marché rue de Grenelle (Paris 15)
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phare de Pontusval pointe Beg-Pol Brignogan Pr5
Brian Shriver
Mt Hope Bridge
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Shrine of the fourty- مقام الأربعين بدمشق
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Alekšupīte
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Tilto street
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On the roof. Maironio street. Vilnius
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Zervynos. Bridge
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Merkine mound
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Šv. Jono street
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Aukštaitija National Park
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Pakruojis Manor. River "Kruoja"
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Šeškinė
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Aukštaitija National Park. Lake "Baluošas"
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Cesis, Riga street
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2013 spring equinox in Vilnius
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