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Italiano: Scout provenienti da diverse nazioni cantano insieme la Lager-Song alla festa di chiusura dell'Eurojam 2005; Scouts coming from various nations sing at the European Jamboree 2005
Deutsch: PfadfinderInnen aus verschiedensten Ländern singen an der Abschlussfeier gemeinsam den Lager-Song
Date 9 August 2005
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Author Hummle
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