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Kuliai Secondary School
Lithuania

This is Kuliai Secondary School. School is located in Kuliai, Plunges district, Lithuania. Currently there are about 300 students in 12 grades. The head master is Zuzana Jankeviciene.

Schools website: www.kuliai.lt

Copyright: Aurimas Liutikas
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Resolution: 11262x5631
Uploaded: 14/07/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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