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Deutsch: Der Frauenkopf von Pablo Picasso, im Halmstad (Foto Oktober 2007)
English: The statue "Head of female" by Pablo Picasso in Halmstad, Sweden. October 2007
Español: Female head por Picasso en Halmstad Sweden.
Eesti: Picasso skulptuur "Naise pea" Halmstadis
Nederlands: Picasso's Hoofd van een vrouw, Halmstad (foto uit 2007)
Norsk bokmål: Kvinnohuvud i Picassoparken i Halmstad, oppført av Carl Nesjar etter anvisningar av Picasso.
Svenska: Statyn Kvinnohuvud av Pablo Picasso i Halmstad
Date 14 October 2007
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Author Jonas Ericsson

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