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Cafetería del I.E.S. "La Granja"
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Ejercicio de fotografía inmersiva de los alumnos de 2º Curso del Ciclo Formativo de Grado Superior "Imagen" Asignatura: Aplicaciones Fotográficas. Instituto "La Granja"

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