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Portrait Hanging - Preparations for the beatification of John Paul II in Warsaw
Warsaw

Putting up a grat portrait of the beatification of John Paul II, on the site of the Temple of Divine Providence in Wilanow (Warsaw, Poland)

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Copyright: Wojciech Sadlej
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Tags: jan paweł ii; john paul ii; pope; papież; portret; beatyfikacja; portrait; beatification; świątynia opatrzności bożej; temple of divine providence; vatican; agnos; pole; wojtar; sadlej; wilanów; warsaw; poland
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