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石門婚紗廣場III
Taiwan

Shihmen Wedding plaza, the Romantic trip in North Coast Shihmen Wedding plaza. According to the statistics from Taipei Municipal wedding Council. There are more than 250 couples from Hong Kong come to Taiwan for the wedding photography each month, including 25% of total amount of foreign couples has chosen to take the wedding photography shooting in North Cost.

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Uploaded: 25/05/2012
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