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Logo du Répertoire canadien des lieux patrimoniaux.svg



Crop by en:User:Jeff3000, original image by en:User:Matthew Samuel Spurrell.

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English: Parliament buildings of canada

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   * (del) (cur) 18:17, 20 August 2005 . . Matthew Samuel Spurrell . . 720x540 (89061 bytes) (colours•)
   * (del) (rev) 06:09, 23 July 2005 . . Matthew Samuel Spurrell . . 800x600 (91237 bytes)


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