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Pedro Calapez
Portugal
Copyright: Manuel teles
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RUI SANCHES - art exhibition - at CAC Graca Morais
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JOSÉ RODRIGUES - art exhibition - at CAC Graca Morais
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Gm Sala 1 Panorama 04 Direito
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Julio Pomar - art exhibition - at CAC Graca Morais
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Santiago Ydáñez painting exhibition
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Terrace bar of the Center for Contemporary Art Graca Morais
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Serra da Nogueira Sunset
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Cathedral Square, after evening Mass
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Boas Festas - Merry Christmas
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Biblioteca Adriano Moreira (i)
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Biblioteca Adriano Moreira (II)
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Horna Poton - Luky
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Another shot of Brian Carter in Topanga, Canyon.
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kyoto in autumn
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Night Sky Over Mockhorn Bay - Oyster, VA
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Drift Wood Shelter
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library of Royal Seat of San Lorenzo de El Escorial
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Water tower at VDNKh
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Living Room of an 18th Century Japanese Residence
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Slavonski Brod - Korzo - Under The Magnolia
Alexey Miroshnikov, GRADES PHOTO
Westminster Underground station
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Traditional beehives, made of cork
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Traditional olive oil mill
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Teimosias XI
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Fundação Nossos Livros
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H A 3 Sala B Mar10 08 Logo Direito
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Ines and Leonor baptism party
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Firefighters' Watchtower - Braganca
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Biblioteca Adriano Moreira (II)
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Torre do Galo (interior)
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Museu da Mascara e do Traje
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Serra Serrada dam (Montesinho Natural Park) 2
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