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Queridos amigos y amigas, Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde: Wettbewerbs für Umweltfotografie
von YAGE, Verein für lat. Kunst  am 28. September 2006 07:48:15
Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde,

Die Nummer 39/40 von XICöATL (Sept. 1998/Feb. 1999) mit den Ergebnissen des 1. Wettbewerbs für Umweltfotografie ist schon online unter dem Link:

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch auf unserer Website. Wir möchten Sie noch erinnern, dass Sie Ihre Beiträge für den zweiten Fotowettbewerb noch bis 15. Oktober 2006 bei uns einrichen können. Mehr Informationen finden Sie auf unserer Homepage www.euroyage.com. Freundliche Grüsse!

Queridos amigos y amigas:

La edición No 39/40 de XICóATL (Sept. 1998/Feb. 1999) con los resultados del 1. Concurso de Fotografía Ecológica XICóATL está ya en internet en el enlace:


Nos alegraremos con vuestra visita a nuestra página. Les recordamos que el plazo para enviar los trabajos al 2. Concurso vence el 15. de octubre 2006. Más información encontraréis en www.euroyage.com . Cordial saludo!

YAGE, Verein für lat. Kunst,
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Schiesstattstr. 44
A-5020 Salzburg
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RE: Queridos amigos y amigas, Liebe Freundinnen und Freunde: Wettbewerbs für Umweltfotografie  (triss  am 21. Februar 2007 07:36:23)
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