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PF 2013




PF 2013, otherwise annual photo-report 2012

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PF 2013
PF 2013 (Formát .pps 47.1 MiB)


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PF 2013 (Formát .pps 26.8 MiB)
Lower resolution of photos.

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PF 2013 (Formát .pdf 2.6 MiB)
The smallest data volume, but with bad transitions.
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