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Tent construction - preparations for the beatification of John Paul II in Warsaw, Poland
Warsaw

The construction of the tent for the event John Paul II's beatification

May 1, 2011 before the Temple of Divine Providence

In the middle will be an exhibition of the emerging Museum of John Paul II and Cardinal Wyszynski

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Copyright: Wojciech sadlej
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Chargée: 16/04/2011
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