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International Paper Design Exhibition "POPIERUKAS" 2012 2nd gallery space
Lithuania
And another glimpse of International Paper Design Exhibition "POPIERUKAS" in Kaunas, Lithuania, in Art gallery "Balta" from 23 of May till 20th of June 2012.
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