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The 17th-century Greek Orthodox church of Saint Paraskeva in Kwiatoń. 
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The 17th-century Greek Orthodox church of Saint Paraskeva in Kwiatoń.
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Siwa Przełęcz (1812 m), a wide pass between Ornak (1867 m) and Siwe Czuby in the main ridge of Tatra Mountains. 
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Siwa Przełęcz (1812 m), a wide pass between Ornak (1867 m) and Siwe Czuby in the main ridge of Tatra Mountains.
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Inside the driver's compartment of so-called {!Papal Train^Papal Train (EN61), an electric multiple unit built in 2006 by the Newag factory in Nowy Sącz. 
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Inside the driver's compartment of so-called {!Papal Train^Papal Train (EN61), an electric multiple unit built in 2006 by the Newag factory in Nowy Sącz.
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Inside the driver's compartment of the Papal TrainInside the driver's compartment of the Papal TrainInside the driver's compartment of the Papal TrainDriving the Papal Train
Plac Inwalidów ("Place des Invalides") in Kraków. 
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Plac Inwalidów ("Place des Invalides") in Kraków.
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Kraków, plac Inwalidów
Inside the Church of Domine Quo Vadis in Via Appia Antica in Rome. 
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Inside the Church of Domine Quo Vadis in Via Appia Antica in Rome.

"The Church of St Mary in Palmis, better known as Chiesa del Domine Quo Vadis, is a small church southeast of Rome, central Italy. It is located about some 800 m from Porta San Sebastiano, where the Via Ardeatina branches off the Appian Way, on the site where, according to the legend, Saint Peter met Jesus while the former was fleeing persecution in Rome. According to the apocryphal Acts of Peter, Peter asked Jesus, "Lord, where are you going?" (Latin: Domine, quo vadis?). Jesus answered, "I am going to Rome to be crucified again". There has been a sanctuary on the spot since the ninth century, but the current church is from 1637. The current façade was added in the 17th century." (Text from Wikipedia).
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Imprint of Christ's feet in the Domine Quo Vadis churchBust of Henryk Sienkiewicz in the Domine Quo Vadis church
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Thursday, Nov 2, 2017: On the walls of Palácio da Pena in Sintra, Portugal
Palácio da Pena
Czy to już jest koniec? :( (widz)
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