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The Tall Ships Races 2009 Gdynia
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Zlot Żaglowców The Tall Ships Races 2009 Gdynia 2-5 lipca 2009, rosyjski Sedov - czteromasztowy największy żaglowiec szkoleniowy świata. Pierwszy dzień

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