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Jann Lipka
Pride 2009 Qx Gang Stockholm Sweden
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a Christmas Tree salesman on Mariatorget in Stockholm
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Maria Magdalena Church
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Tunnel construction under Mälaren lake - first 100 m
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behind-QX-car-Pride-parade- Stockholm- 2010
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RFSU truck during Pride 2009 parade in Stockholm
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Spring 2010 degree exhibition at Konstfack, Stockholm
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1809 Finnish War Reenactment in Stockholm 2009
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