Monument of Pope John XXIII
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Monument of Pope John XXIII

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  • Dimitar Torbov over 1 year ago
    Thanx! Now it's fixed.
  • Lev over 1 year ago
    Pope John XXIII (23rd). Not XIII (13th).
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