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نمایشگاه گروهی نقاشی تیر 1391 گالری فلاح زاده 02
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سمیرا حمزه زاده, فاطمه پشنگ پور, الیزا ابراهیمی, علی فلاح زاده, حمیده نجفی, ناهید عابدین, عسل فلاح شهرک, رضا فلاح زاده همچنین تور مجازی این نمایشگاه در لینک زیر موجود است

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