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Description Dulce Nombre de Maria {Sweet Name of Mary} Cathedral Basilica and a statue of Pope John Paul II in Hagatna, Guam.
Date 7 June 2006, 17:18
Source Pope John Paul II statue
Author Hajime NAKANO from Tokyo, Japan

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