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Grotingen
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Bracke Church Yard
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Bräcke Church
Ingemar Edfalk
Lake Storsjön. The city of Östersund seen from Frösön.
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Sunne Church Ruin
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Old church ruin in Sunne, Sweden.
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Frösön churchyard headstone
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View from the tower Stocketitt.
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Interior of the King Chulalongkorn Memorial in Ragunda
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King Chulalongkorn Memorial at Ragunda
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Drommskåran
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Radio telescope RT-70
Kengo Shimizu
Kitchen of a Rich Farmer's House in 19th Century
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Switzerland Merenschwand Apple in the Fog
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All Saints Margaret Street, the Chancel
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Old "Colt" planes. Yalutorovsk Airfield.
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Malta - Blue Grotto from Viewpoint
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Fiescheralp
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Festival Light Walks in Kadriorg, Tallinn
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Worlds first cabrio-style cable car in Stanserhorn, Switzerland
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Blue-Eyed Squid Ilot Ua New Caledonia
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Old Man Of Hoy
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Edward Sidings Old Ghan
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Midsummer's day in Torshavn
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The Winter Road
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Ballantrae Sunset
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Girvan Harbour Entrance
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Timor Rock
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Principality of Hutt River
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Freight Train - Alice Springs
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The Mighty Dettifoss
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Over Looking Nelson
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