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English: Traditional Pottery workshop reconstruction in the Museum of traditional crafts and applied arts, Troyan, Bulgaria
Български: Реконструкция на традиционна грънчарска работилница, Музей на народните художествени занаяти и приложните изкуства, Троян
Date 3 November 2008
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Author Edal Anton Lefterov


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