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File:Supermario Kungsbacka.jpg

English: Statue of Super Mario at the Swedish Nintendo headquarters in Kungsbacka, Sweden.
Français : Statue de Super Mario, située au quartier général de Nintendo à Kungsbacka en Suède.
Date 11 June 2006
Source sv:Bild:Stefsupermario.jpg
Author Stefan Linder
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