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4th Tolerace Poster Show in Ljubljana, Slovenia

Today, November 11th is the opening of Tolerance Poster Show in Ljubljana, Slovenia. The show is part of the celebration for the International Day of Tolerance that is on November 16th.

This show would not have been made possible without the support from Mateja Demšič and Tomaž Drozg in collaboration with TAM-TAM and the City of Ljubljana.   



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