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Charles Causley's house in Launceston - room 3 - kitchen
England
This panorama is a part of large project where 30 still and 40 video panoramas were used. This is Charles Causley's house. Charles Causley (1917-2003) was a famous English poet who spent most of his life in Launceston, Cornwall, UK. More: www.charles3d.info
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更新: 28/07/2011
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