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An amateur artist apply raku glaze on ceramic object
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A technician restoring a vintage bicycle
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Flemish style homes. Ypres. West Flanders. Belgium
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Amateur artists while modeling clay to obtain raku ceramics
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Tourists visiting the famous Louvre Pyramid. Paris. France
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The entrance of the Venetian Arsenale, a state-owned complex of former shipyards and armories. Campo De l'Arsenal. Venezia. Veneto. Italy
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An amateur artist apply raku glaze on ceramic object
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Amateur artists while modeling clay to obtain raku ceramics
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The entrance of the Venetian Arsenale, a state-owned complex of former shipyards and armories. Campo De l'Arsenal. Venezia. Veneto. Italy
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Amateur artists while modeling clay to obtain raku ceramics
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The facade of House of Beirut, formerly known as Barakat House. This building was used by snipers during the civil war and has now been restored and is a...
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Pieces of ceramics during raku post-firing reduction process. Bovisio Masciago. Province of Monza and Brianza. Italy
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Pieces of ceramics during raku post-firing reduction process. . Bovisio Masciago. Province of Monza and Brianza. Italy
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Old buildings in Venice across Rio dei Scudi e de S. Ternita. Sestiere Castello. Venezia. Veneto. Italy
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The so called ""Ponte del Purgatorio"", an historical single-arch bridge across Rio dell'Arsenale, in Castello Sestiere. The old building it was once the site...
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The entrance of Arsenale during high tide (Acqua Alta). Campo dell'Arsenale. Castello District. Venice. Italy
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A technician restoring a vintage bicycle
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A technician restoring a vintage bicycle
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Pieces of ceramics during raku post-firing reduction process. Bovisio Masciago. Province of Monza and Brianza. Italy
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The facade of Coltea Hospital (Spitalul Coltea), built in 1704, it's the oldest hospital built in Bucharest. Bulevardul Bulevardul Ion C. Bratianu
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