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The great portrait of Blessed John Paul II
Warsaw

Portrait of beatification of John Paul II at the site of the Temple of Divine Providence in Wilanow.


Portrait - Mosaic -  59x24m, was composed of approximately 105 thousand photographs

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Copyright: Wojciech sadlej
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Uploaded: 21/05/2011
Actualizat: 10/06/2011
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Tags: jan paweł ii; john paul ii; pope; karol wojtyla; wojtyla; blessed; saint; beatification; temple of divine providence; temple; church; vatican; portrait; warsaw; wilanów; agnos; wojtar; sadlej
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