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Wedding Marek&Monika Jožko&Lenka Martin&Katka
Slovakia

Takto sme sa tu spolu odfotili. Možno v budúcnosti sa ešte stretneme a zoznámime sa. Nech Vás všetkých požehnáva Pán Boh.

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