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B Spring 31 March 2011
Timisoara

the spring has come - those wonderful magnolias bear witness to this

My thoughts and prayers go with the people of Japan, so hardly hit by the biggest earthquake in history, by a devasting tzunami and the following troubles out of which the Nuclear Power Plant at Fukushima is becoming a very big problem.

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