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Great Britain, London – Center of the World on the Thames
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Anyone who has visited London knows the sights like Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge or the famous double decker. The video today shows quite different places. We visit market and enjoy a walk in the city. Streets are often sort of open air galleries and there are many street artists to. London simply doesn't get old.
Text and video: Matouš Vinš
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Great Britain, Oxford – Erudition All Around
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Great Britain, Brighton – Police Museum
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Great Britain, Brighton – A Walk on Amazing Shoreline
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Great Britain, Brighton – Amazing Royal Residence
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Great Brtain, Brighton and Hove – The Best Place for Life
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Great Britain, London – Trips in a Big City
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Great Britain, Windsor – Gem of Berkshire
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Great Britain, Nottingham – To See Robin Hood!
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Great Britain, London – Trafalgar Square
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