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Sedmikraska - family centrum
Czech Republic

Panorama of our new place! Sedmikraska is a non-profit activition of Moravian Church in Dobruska (Jednota bratrska). We work with a childs, young and the others. This room is for kids :-) 

You can see one more room This is for youth free-time club / this room is used also as a church meeting-place

Copyright: Filip Marek
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 15139x3142
Taken: 05/02/2014
Uploaded: 05/02/2014
Updated: 07/02/2014
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