Gabija Grušaitė on Living in PervalkaAuthor of Stasys Šaltoka, Co-Founder of Qoorio & VietaSome time ago
Neringa - Curonian spit is a very precious place for all Lithuanians. Most of us explore nature of the national park and enjoy sun and sea, however there is also a special architectural heritage to be appreciated. From cute wooden houses to experimental modernist buildings with this architectural guide to could have a lot of fun this summer. #discoverbooks
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Mai Arioka on My life in KyotoEngineer, Electric AppliancesSome time ago
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Costanza CasulloTeacher. Game designer
thank you ! A good starting point for me to plan a full music lesson!
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