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Zakynthos
Greece
Copyright: Takács istván
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Takács István
Zakynthos
Takács István
Miramare Castle, Trieste
Konstantin Lamin
near the blue caves of Zakynthos
Billy Hepburn
Zante Tourist Boat
G.B.
Xigia beach - Zakynthos
Andrey K.
Zakynthos. The cliff over Navagio Bay
Андрей К.
Zakynthos. The observation deck over Navagio Bay
George Hatzikostis
Shipwreck (Smugglers cove)
Takács István
Navagio Beach
Takács István
Zakynthos, Navagio Beach with the wreck of Panagiotis
Takács István
Zakynthos, Navagio Beach with the wreck of Panagiotis
Андрей К.
Zakynthos. Navagio beach (1)
Bernhard Vogl
Alouette III inside at military exhibition on national day 2009
Michele Volpicella
SS Giovanni E Paolo
Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin
Серпухов. Церковь Успения Пресвятой Богородицы. Алтарь. (2009)
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Mount Everest View Point, Rongpu Monastery, Tibet
Stephan Auner
Dresden Fuerstenzug at Night
Jedsada Puangsaichai
Rongpu Monastery, Mount Everest North Face, Tibet
Sergej Esnault
Mehdi Dome and Sailah in Barrum Quarter - old Sana'a - Yemen
Robert Mročka
Valassky Pivovar Kozlovice
Glen Claydon
On Top of Mt Annupuri Hut
Robert Mročka
Obecna skola Kozlovice
Stephan Auner
upon Zwinger Dresden at Night
Glen Claydon
Mt Yotei Hut Interior
Takács István
Tar: Szent Mihály church
Takács István
National Theatre / Nemzeti Színház Budapest.
Takács István
Statue of James Joyce in Trieste
Takács István
Water tower of Margit Island, Budapest
Takács István
Triest
Takács István
Interactive waterworks of Budapest
Takács István
Zakynthos, Clay valley, Gerakas
Takács István
Christmas market, Budapest
Takács István
Kupola Lent2
Takács István
Venezia, One bridge from the hundreds with gondolas
Takács István
MIG-15Uti reconstruction
Takács István
Miramare Castle, Trieste
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