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File:Guinness Glass 2010.jpg


English: An example of the newly-designed Guinness glass, put into use in April 2010. It was designed to gradually replace the older tulip-shaped glasses.
Date 10 April 2011
Source Own work
Author Aaron Keys

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51° 23′ 29.00″ N, 0° 18′ 36.00″ W

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