Church In Iwahig Prisoner camp in Palawan

The Church In Iwahig Prisoner camp in Palawan

Copyright: Jan dolk
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Uploaded: 05/03/2014
Updated: 02/07/2014


Tags: iwahig; church; prison; puerto princesa; inmates; palawan
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