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US and A

2011-05-26 - 2011-05-275 Episodes
Martin Steger
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Martin Steger
  • 30s / male
  • United States
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United States

Went to New York and had an awesome time! Check out my pictures. Hope you all can enjoy it too someday

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Day 12011/05/26

Washington Square Park New York, United States

ワシントン・スクエア公園(Washington Square Park)(ニューヨーク, アメリカ合衆国)|US and A(Martin Stegerさん)

A guy playing the piano at Washington Square Park! Good classical music with an awesome scenery, must see!

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Brooklyn Bridge New York, United States

ブルックリン橋(Brooklyn Bridge)(ニューヨーク, アメリカ合衆国)|US and A(Martin Stegerさん)

Brookyln Bridge Pilar seen from Brookyln. Magnicifcent architecture back from the days. Steeeeeel here we come!

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Brooklyn Bridge Park New York, United States

Brooklyn Bridge Park(ニューヨーク, アメリカ合衆国)|US and A(Martin Stegerさん)

Brookyln Bridge Park. How cool to combine architecture and nature in a city that never sleeps

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Day 22011/05/27

Brooklyn, NY New York, United States

ニューヨーク、ブルックリン区(Brooklyn, NY)(ニューヨーク, アメリカ合衆国)|US and A(Martin Stegerさん)

Beautiful flowers in front, industrial sites of Brookly in the back. Sometimes it is this combination that makes as go crazy!

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New York City New York, United States

ニューヨーク(New York)(ニューヨーク, アメリカ合衆国)|US and A(Martin Stegerさん)

Highline Park in Downtown Manhatten! Where the train used to go you can now find a beautiful park to walk along Manhatten!

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