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Project "Guests" (KUMU Art Museum)
Tallinn
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Kumu - New Art Museum of Estonia
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Handsome Hero and Plenty of Still Lifes (Kaido Ole, KUMU Art Museum)
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The Seagull (Villu Jaanisoo, KUMU Art Museum)
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Presidents meet with the press
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Festival Light Walks in Kadriorg, Tallinn
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Luigetiik (Swan Pond) in Kadriorg, Tallinn with the statue of Friedrich Reinhold Kreutzwald
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Paepark Bridge
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"A path in the forest" installation by Tetsuo Kondo
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Park Kadriorg Japanese Garden
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Park Kadriorg Japanese Garden
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Park Kadriorg Japanese Garden
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Russalka memorial
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Cathedral of S. Martino, Square, Lucca, Tuscany
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Torre de São Lourenço
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On top of a turkish cargoship
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Wadi Daerhu from on high, Socotra, Yemen
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Pátio Dom Fradique
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Vieux village de Roquebrune Cap-Martin, vue de la baie
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Paramotor@Pulau Indah
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Cap Canaille 3
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Babi Hora(1725 m.n.m.) - vyhled
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Harderwijk's harbour
Willy Kaemena
Ponte Dom Luis
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Cruising on Putrajaya Lake
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Church of Saint John of Kronstadt
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Region administration, Kustanay, Kazakhstan
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The booster "Soyuz"
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9 May 2010 - Speech of the President of Russia
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Ponte San Polo, Venice
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Church of the St George the Conqueror (1870)
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Pyramid of Khafre - Giza (Cairo, Egypt)
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Opening of the monument to Patriarch Alexy II
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Church of St Catherine the Great Martyr (1769)
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Korsaar restaurant #3
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Great Sphinx of Giza (Cairo, Egypt)
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ACTA protest in Tallinn - 11.02.2012
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