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Pohľad na atmosféru súťaže vo varení a jedení bryndzových halušiek (MS Halušky 2009) v Tureckej.

A look at the atmosphere of competition in cooking and eating the Sheep's Curd Dumplings (World Championships – Dumplings 2009) in Slovak Village Turecká.

Copyright: Cibula Vincent
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Uploaded: 02/06/2009
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Tags: turecká; halušky; slovak
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