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Italiano: Giovanni Paolo I con il card Karol Wojtyła nella Città del Vaticano.
English: John Paul I with cardinal Karol Wojtyła in the Vatican City.
Deutsch: Johannes Paul I mit Kardinal Karol Wojtyła.
Español: Juan Pablo I con el cardenal Karol Wojtyła en la Ciudad del Vaticano.
Català: Joan Pau I amb el cardenal Karol Wojtyła.
Français : Jean-Paul Ier avec le cardinal Karol Wojtyła
Date 4 September 1978
Source Archivio
Author Sibode1


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