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Arklow xmas lights show 2011
Ireland

The yearly xmas light show in arklow on the beach road. donations are open so make sure to go down and make a donation for the good cause. thank you.

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送信日: 18/12/2011
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Tags: xmas; arklow; wicklow; ireland; christmas
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