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Еженедельный фотопленер
Belarus

Традиционный еженедельный фотопленер проходит в воскресенье в 13.00, сбор около телевизора на площади. Собираются мэтры гродненской фотографии. На данной панораме пришли некоторые её представители... )))

Алексей Лосевич, Николай Юшевич, Дмитрий Федоров, Иван Цыркунович

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Uploaded: 24/04/2011
Updated: 11/09/2014
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