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Exposition des sculpture de Bernard Mélois dans, la collégiale saint andré a Chartres qui, a eue lieu l'été 2012.

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L'homo s.Bernard Mélois
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collégiale st andré
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Expo a la collegiale st andre. Bernard Melois
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collégiale st andré
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