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Merkur Celje
Slovenia

V Merkur se je ujelo Celje (odsev).

Včasih je bila v Celju Kovinotehna - "Nemogoče je mogoče".

Izkazalo se je , da je nemogoče le nemogoče.

Sledila je orientacija na mogoče - in sedaj kaže, da je tudi

"mogoče nemogoče".

P.S: na asfaltu je veliko pack. Te so od avtomobilskega olja !

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