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Studenica Monastery - East Side
Serbia
Copyright: Marko Randjic
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Studenica Monastery - North Side
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Studenica Monastery - South Side-1
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Studenica Monastery - East Gate
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Studenica Monastery - South Side-2
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Studenica Monastery - West Side-2
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Studenica Monastery - West Side-1
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Studenica Monastery - Monastery Path
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Studenica Monastery - At the West Gate
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Studenica Monastery - West Gate
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Studenica - Above the 'Tree of Love'
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Meadow in Pridvorica
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Ivanjica - Braduljica - The PD Golija's Mountain Refuge (inside)
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Duvugardur
Michael Pop
La Vaioaga Waterfall in the Beiului Valley, Romania
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Duvugardur, Saksun
Hans Molenkamp
Camping at the Rhein
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Sunset at Fazana
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The Devil's Lake in the Nera Gorges
Ruediger Kottmann
Fishmarket with town hall in Erfurt
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Enez Castle
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San Wan Ho Bean Curd Shop 西灣河珍香園
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Omaha Beach
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Swimming pool wintry
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Die JDPh in der Alten Oper [2009]
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Sjenica - 'Goli Otok' River Cove
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Ivanjica - Cross above Vidin Krs
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Ivanjica - Stone Bridge (west bank)
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Ivanjica - Pine Forest
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Ivanjica - Matis Headquarters - Between Administrative Buildings
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Ivanjica - A Yard in Partizanska Street
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Studenica Monastery - South Side-2
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Ivanjica - Meadow on the 'Trail of Health'
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Ivanjica - Bozac Peak
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Ivanjica - Path in the Forest
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Ivanjica - Mt. Cemernica-2
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Ivanjica - Cultural Centre (right side)
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