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Panotools meeting 2012 Hague
Netherlands

Barth Chapel Brouwersgracht 2K 2512ER Den Haag The Netherlands

meeting of the panorama enthusiasts belonging to the select group Panotools NG

http://www.panotools-meeting.com/meetings/2012-hague-netherlands

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