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Wind Turbines in Strzelce Wielkie Poland
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Panorama by Dawid Gorny. Enjoy watching my high quality panoramas taken all over around the world during my extensive travels. Many more still to come in near future.
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Uploaded: 24/11/2012
Atualizado: 04/12/2014
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Tags: europe; poland; windmill; wind turbine; sun; sky; field agriculture; eco; ecology
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