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Software News   Software News : New Digital Albums Galicia and Lisboa
   posted by Anonymous on 17-Mar-2003 13:31:46 (1222 reads)
After some technical problems over the weekend the Faces of Mars-Webpage is now completly working again. Also you find now two new cd-roms here: the digital albums Galicia and Lisboa.

Both titles include a lot of high quality photos from the most interesting and beautiful places. Price 4 Euro each. Beside the photos the cd-roms are also including the digital postcard system, which means you can send easily motives over the internet.
    

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