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Alex and Lore wedding - May 28th 2011 - the table
Timisoara

my dear friends Alex and Lore decided to tie the knot.

good for them and I'm confident much more will come

here are some panoramas I had the priviledge to take after the civil ceremony, the two of them and at the table with the families and friends

I heartfully congratulate them.

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