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Česky: Pamětní deska věnovaná Matce Tereze na budově na Václavském náměstí v Olomouci. Keramickou plaketu vytvořila akademická sochařka Otilie Šuterová-Demelová.
English: Memorial plaque dedicated to Mother Teresa by Otilie Šuterová-Demelová at building in Václavské náměstí square in Olomouc ( Czech Republic).
Date 20 March 2006
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Author Michal Maňas
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