La Charrette Bleue, Drôme Provincale
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全景摄影师 Pieter Angenent 日期和时间 13:45, 02/08/2012 - Views loading...


La Charrette Bleue, Drôme Provincale

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A: near the bridge

摄影师Pieter Angenent, 距离此全景13.2

near the bridge

B: Hotel Park Novi Sad Serbië

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Hotel Park Novi Sad Serbië

C: Parking place

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Parking place

D: rémuzat 3

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rémuzat 3

E: La Mere Maurin

摄影师Pieter Angenent, 距离此全景13.3

Cafe, Hotel and Restaurant La Mere Maurin in Rémuzat, France. Nice place to be. 

La Mere Maurin

F: remuzat

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G: Big place at Remuzat

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Big place at Remuzat

H: Petanque games, Valreas, France

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Petanque games being played on a lazy April afternoon in Valreas, France--a region of vineyards, oliv...

Petanque games, Valreas, France

I: Via Ferrata le pas de L'echelle

摄影师Alexander Ruttgers, 距离此全景18.7

Verry nice "klettersteig" ! Bring enough water, because this viaferrata is facing south! 

Via Ferrata le pas de L'echelle

J: Film Festival outdoor visan

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Festival de Cinéma en plein air de visan, vendredi 9 août 2013

Film Festival outdoor visan



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Text by Steve Smith.