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Gimnazjum nr 2 w Piasecznie School in Piaseczno - gigapixel panorama
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Gimnazjum nr 2 im. Jana Pawła II w Piasecznie

Gymnasium Pope John Paul II in Piaseczno

This is is very beautiful and modern school in Poland.

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