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2014 Pastoral Visit of Pope Francis to Korea

Closing Mass for Asian Youth Day

 August 17, 2014

 Haemi Castle, Seosan-si, Chungcheongnam-do

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교황 프란치스코 방한

제6회 아시아 청년대회 폐막미사

2014-08-17

충청남도 서산시 해미읍성

문화체육관광부
해외문화홍보원
코리아넷 
전한

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