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Wielki Finał Wielkiej Orkiestry Światecznej Pomocy w Rzeszowie, który odbył się na rzeszowskim rynku. Gwiazdą wieczoru był zespół Pectus. Na panoramie uwieczniony moment tuż przed "Światełkiem do nieba".

Pełny spacer wirtualny z tego wydarzenia na www.wosp.spacerywirtualne.pl

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Uploaded: 15/08/2009
Updated: 22/02/2012
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Tags: wosp; wielka orkiestra świątecznej pomocy; jurek owsiak; rzeszów; spacery wirtualne; panorama; jakubowski pawel; vres
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