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Dracula castle


The castle of Dracula in Bran, Romania.
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Budapest


Budapest, Hungary
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Little princess


Sculpture in Budapest, Hungary
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Karoly krt


Karoly krt Budapest, Hungary
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White wine


Drinking white wine in a Hungarian open air restaurant in Budapest.
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Orthodox church in Romania


Church in Romania. Romanian Orthodox church is the only Eastern Orthodox church using a Romance language. The majority of Romania's population, as well as some 720,000 Moldovans belong to the Romanian Orthodox Church. The Romanian Orthodox Church is the second-largest in size behind the Russian Orthodox Church.
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MPortable for travelers


MPortable is a light, high reliable backup device for photographers while traveling. It allows users to backup memory card to solid state disk without a computer. More than a simple backup device, it can work with iPad via wifi. The Smart Preview feature makes it fast to preview large RAW files on iPad in a second. Users can preview and sort the photos with its powerful app easily. And it can work like a wireless hard drive also. Travelers can view any movies, documents saved in the device with iPhone. With this device, travelers won't have to bring a laptop on the road. Very cool gadget, it is worth to support it on indiegogo.


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Forest


Forest at the St. Anne lake in Transylvania, Romania

Saint Anne Lake is the only crater lake in Romania located in the volcanic crater named "Puciosul" (Büdös-hegy or Stinky Mountain) of the Eastern Carpathians, near Tușnad in the Natural Reserve of Mohoș, Harghita County, Romania..
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Bishkek


Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Bishkek, formerly Pishpek and Frunze, is the capital and the largest city of the Kyrgyz Republic. According to the post-Soviet ideology, the name is thought to derive from a Kyrgyz word for a churn used to make fermented mare's milk (kumis), the Kyrgyz national drink, which is rather debatable. Founded in 1825 as a Khokand fortress of "Pishpek" to control local caravan routes and to get tribute from Kyrgyz tribes, on 4 September 1860 the fortress was destroyed by Russian forces led by colonel Zimmermann, with approval of the Kyrgyz. In 1868 a Russian settlement was founded on the fortress's spot, adopting its original name - Pishpek, within the General Governorship of Russian Turkestan and its Semirechye Oblast.
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