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Evaggelia Tis Modas Panorama
Greece
Evaggelia Paraskeva is the owner and sole proprietor of Eviaggelia Tis Modas bridal and baptism connoisseurs. We specialize in bridal gown rentals but also have a wide variety of new and tailored gowns to suit every desire. The most important moment in one's life is the moment of holy matrimony. We make sure that every aspect and detail is taken care of in time and with precise execution so that everything is carried out to what would seem a magical journey through a wondrous tale. Our address is in the center most part of the city on the 13th Karamourtzouni Street and our phone number is +30 22210 73405.
Copyright: Dimitris Dimitrakakis
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Uploaded: 06/10/2013
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Tags: bridal gowns; marriage; bridal ceremonies; bridal collection; bridal entrance songs; bridal coiffure; bridal hair; marriage gowns
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