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全景摄影师 Peter Odesten EXPERT 日期和时间 11:00, 26/09/2009 - Views loading...


Tingvalla elementary school in Saffle, Sweden

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My daughter likes the school better on saturdays when she don´t have to attend classes, whole day can be spent on all fun toys instead :) The actual photo is taken at the elementary school "Tingvalla" in the city Säffle

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