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Circle of the Flame of Freedom. By the TV Tower

20th Anniversary of the Day of the Defenders of Freedom

Copyright: Jonas Nosalis
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Taken: 12/01/2011
Uploaded: 12/01/2011
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Tags: flame; tv tower; january events; january 13; vilnius; lithuania
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