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Transept de la Chapelle de la Citadelle
Province du Quebec

Transept of the Chapel, at La Citadelle de Québec, Quebec, Canada

Transept de la Chapelle de la Citadelle de Québec

Copyright: Vincent Royer
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Uploaded: 05/06/2010
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