La plage

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Panorama réalisé à la plage de la Maladaire en Suisse par une belle fin de journée d'avril.
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Latitude: 46° 26' 45" N, Longitude: 6° 52' 38" E see »

Localisation: La Tour-De-Peilz, Switzerland

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The Sümela Monastery III (Sümela Manastırı)

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22 votes

The Sümela Monastery Turkish: Sümela Manastırı) stands at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley in the region of Maçka in Trabzon...

Par Ugur Akbulut

Coast Road Trabzon

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20 votes

Trabzon is a province of Turkey on the Black Sea coast. Located in a strategically important region, Trabzon is one of the oldest trade port cities...

Par Ugur Akbulut

The Sümela Monastery II (Sümela Manastırı)

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11 votes

The Sümela Monastery Turkish: Sümela Manastırı) stands at the foot of a steep cliff facing the Altındere valley in the region of Maçka in Trabzon...

Par Ugur Akbulut

Pine forest on the dunes, Klapkalnciems, Latvia

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10 votes

Forest along the coast in this area is speckled by trenches of the World War II, now covered by thick moss carpet.

Par Vil Muhametshin

Tobol'skie Gates, Russia, Omsk

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10 votes

Old Omsk fortress, оld road to Tobolsk

Par Sergey Kulishkin

Caserio - Chillida Leku

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2 votes

Par Dani LC

Peine del Viento

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1 votes

Un lugar Mágico en Donostia - San Sebastián

Par Dani LC

Araba Parkea

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1 votes

Araba Parkea (San Sebastian) nevado

Par Dani LC

Lonely beach of the Baltic sea near Klapkalnciems, Latvia

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20 votes

Every year the sea eats up a bit of the coast... these pine trees stand like soldiers struggling at the first front line.

Par Vil Muhametshin

Amisos Hill

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40 votes

Samsun, Amisos

Par Ugur Akbulut

Chillida Leku

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20 votes

Interior del Museo Chillida Leku

Par Dani LC

Donostiako Udala

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2 votes

Ayuntamiento de Donostia - San Sebastian

Par Dani LC

TM Point, Tanjung Aru Plaza, Kota Kinabalu

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Very difficult to stitch because it uses 35mm focal length. Requires lots of pictures to stitch. This is the first and last time that I use this...

Par Othman Ahmad

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