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The House of Estonian Puppetry Arts
Tallinn
Copyright: Andrew Bodrov
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Taken: 23/09/2010
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Tomás Manta
Estonia, Tallinn, Old Dominican Monastery Museum Entrance
Andrew Bodrov
Medieval Old Tallinn, Katariina str.
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Blowing shop, Katariina str.
Min Heo
St.Katherine's passage
Андрей Гр
Ichthus (Art studio in former Monastery)
Allan Der
Old Dominican Monastery Claustrum
Andrew Bodrov
Medieval Old Tallinn, Viru street
Min Heo
Viru gate
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Viru street
Allan Der
Viru Street in Old Town Tallinn
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Viru street
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Medieval Old Tallinn, Vene str.
Anton Eryomin & Paul Bouryanov
Airport. AN-2 aircraft cockpit. Barnaul, Russia. August, 2009.
Rob van Gils
Lower Antelope Canyon
Manuel Schaefer
Lagos Oshodi Market
Esther Dam
Mawakabo
Andrea Biffi
Chiusa Di Rio Di Pusteria
Carel Struycken
Fremont Troll
Federico Infanti
Lago di Barcis - dintorni
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Borgund Stave Church, Borgund, Laerdal, Norway
Igor Marx
Berlinerallee 4
Dmitriy Krasko
Музей-мавзолей Хабиба Бургибы
Ruediger Kottmann
Castle Ruin Helfenstein at Sunset
Simona Bartolomei
"Mazzolin di Fiori" in Piazza Anfiteatro
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Ambras Castle
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Church of the Holy Trinity
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The booster "Soyuz"
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The full rigged ship Christian Radich
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Beer House restaurant
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Carrier Rocket Proton-M on the launch pad
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Zugspitze Glacier
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Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lifes (Kaido Ole, KUMU Art Museum)
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The Geysir geothermal area, Iceland
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Estonia's Independence Day 2010 celebrations
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Korsaar restaurant #7
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Ruins of the Vastseliina Episcopal Castle
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