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Russian sculpture at Lange Voorhout, The Hague (The Netherlands)
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Exposition of Russian sculptures (Den Haag Sculptuur: Russia XXI) in The Hague, The Netherlands (streetname: Lange Voorhout).

Date of picture: July 7th, 2013.

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Copyright: Ron Duijzings
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6100x3050
送信日: 07/07/2013
更新日: 14/10/2014
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Tags: the hague; lange voorhout; russian sculpture; den haag; den haag sculptuur; russia xxi
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