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The southern district, the beginning
Ukraine
Copyright: Anton Kalkasov
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上传: 07/05/2012
更新: 18/09/2014
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Tags: 2012; ukraine; zaporizhia; southern district; peski
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Anton Kalkasov
Romax Trade House, intersection of Novokuznetskaya and Gavrylova streets
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supermarket "Amstor", 4h Southern District
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school #8 and school #38
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Malynovs`koho st. and Chumachenka st. intersection
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Gagarin Park
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Kindergarten 166 Zaporozhye, Ukraine
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Pivnichno-Kil`tseva st. and Sytova st. intersection
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Chumachenka st, grocery #40
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Chumachenka st. and Pivnichno-Kil`tseva st. intersection
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Khortytsia. Scythian camp.
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Lapidarium
Владимир Переклицкий
citrus street
luis davilla
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Levent ŞEN
Sarihacilar Village 001
Marco Maier
The Echaz River in Reutlingen
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Monastery of Alcobaça 01
kiyoharu takamura
path of azalea
Francois Polito
Grand Hotel in Lund by night
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Upper Antelope Canyon 02
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Yalta quay
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Upper Antelope Canyon 03
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Lower Antelope Canyon 02
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Monastery of Batalha
David Mariotti
Yerkes Observatory, Side View
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View from Utyug
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Bosna
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khortytsia. Sanctuary of the Bronze Age.
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Biyuk-Egerek
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Khortytsia, ancient sanctuary near Balka Great Molodnyaga
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public garden square on Bocharova str., 2nd. Shevchenkosky district
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Chumachenka st. and Pivnichno-Kil`tseva st. intersection
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View from a hill near the museum of history of Zaporizhzhya Cossacks
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Mayakovsky Square
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Waterfall Jur-Jur
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Eastern scarps of Demerdzhi yaila
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Badema-Kaya, Beshik-Bogaz aka Dyryavyi Kuluar
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