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The international photo exhibition "One Day of Our Life..." by Andrew Bodrov
Tallinn

Photo exhibition "One Day of Our Life…" in focus of Latvian, Estonian and Russian photographers.

4.11.2011 - 23.11.2011

Rotermann’s square, Roseni 8, Tallinn, Estonia

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