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  • Malaysian Community Personality Guide #9: reinertlee and His Horizon Perfekt

    Malaysian Community Personality Guide #9: reinertlee and His Horizon Perfekt
    With our wide variety of Lomographic cameras, let's check out which one draws the most attention and love from our selected Malaysian community members! This time, reinertlee, an art director and a very passionate lomographer from Malaysia, shares with us his Lomographic journey with his favorite camera, along with a selection of his favorite shots.
  • Panoramic Mundo Marino

    Panoramic Mundo Marino
    Hey! Here is a panoramic view of a day at Mundo Marino. For your family trip to Argentina, or if you're hanging out with some friends on your way to the beach, this is a must stop! Please come in, take a look, and spend a couple of long hours at this aquatic park!
  • Efteling

    Where the fairy tales begin. A park created for a child and later on it became amusement park.
  • My Favorite Roof and Beach!! Izumrud

    My Favorite Roof and Beach!!  Izumrud
    Izumrud (that means emerald) is a small hotel on the black sea shore. It'll take you about 30 minutes to get there from Sevastopol. I've been visiting this place every summer since the age of 5)) And to tell you the truth, the houses and rooms of this small and cosy hotel hasn't seen much reconstruction since 1990))
  • Ancient city, Sevastopol

    Ancient city, Sevastopol
    Another place to visit in Sevastopol is Chersonesus ( Khersonesos ) A city with almost two thousand years history was founded in 442-421 B.C. by inhabitants of the other Greek colony - Heraclea. Within a century Chersonesus, a slave-holding republic with the democratic form of ruling, turned into one of the biggest - the City-State of the Northern Black Sea Region.
  • Beautiful Balaclava

    Beautiful Balaclava
    Balaclava bay - is a wonderful place for mooring, it’s covered by nature from winds and enemy’s invasion from sea and land. This fact defined interest to Balaclava from ancient times.It was first mentioned in literature by Homer around 2500 years ago in his "Iliad".