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Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
Latvia
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Salaspils Memorial
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Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Inside the Museum of Salaspils Memorial Ensemble
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Entrance in the Museum of Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Entrance to Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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Garrison Cemetery of the First World War
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Salaspils
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Salaspils
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"Funny zoo" in Salaspils Botanic Garden
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"Funny zoo" in Salaspils Botanic Garden.
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St George’s church ruins (1186)
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Memorial sign Livonians and their leader, Ako
Ninoslav Adzibaba
Danube by bike 2009
Fernando A. Riego
Tunel de los Cilos Davis
Vasily Kumaev & Andrew Mishin
Borovensk. Abandoned cathedral. Floor 2. Altar. (2009)
Geoff Mather
River Garve Ross And Cromarty Scotland
Ninoslav Adzibaba
Oplenac, St. George Church
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Piece Ouverte dans le fort de St Honorât
Dimitar Torbov
Ivan&Elena Wedding
Willy Kaemena
Balloon Fiesta 2009
KVS Setty
KR Market
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Cloitre du travail
Tom Mills
London 2012 Olympic Park
C360.NL - Henri Smeets
Seceda, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy
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The Great Cemetery (Lielie kapi)
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Memorial Museum to Žanis Lipke. Basement level
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Riga Ghetto and Holocaust Museum
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Jelgava Palace Park (1)
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The monument to Riga liberators in Bolderāja on the Bomb Hillock (Bumbukalniņš)
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Monument (2013) to the Victims of Communist Terror, right view
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Daugava River near Island Bridge
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Anglikāņu Street in Old Town of Riga, Latvia
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Riga Christ's Birth Orthodox Cathedral (former Planetarium)
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Corner of Kungu and Trauksmes streets.
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Ziemelblazma Park (Ziemeļblāzma parks, Vecmīlgrāvis) Rīga, Latvija
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The Freedom Monument, left view
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