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Toftlund-kirke-2012
Denmark

Her kan du se lidt af Toftlund kirke. Billedet er taget ved indgangen. Her tages de fleste billeder fra. Toftlund kirke ligger i den sydlige del at Toftlund by.

Copyright: Dennis Friborg
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Uploaded: 04/03/2012
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