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1919-Bleirot-flies over Stockholm- 2010
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100 years of Swedish aviation - completely renovated Bleriot airplane from 1919 lifts 100 years after the first flight show in Stockholm in 1910. Large event 21 Aug 2010 By Tekniska Museet and others.

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http://www.fotograf.nu/360/Bleriot/

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Загружена: 21/08/2010
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