File:Cmglee Wikimania2016 Esino Lario Last Supper tinyplanet.jpg

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English: "Tiny Planet" stereographic projection of the spherical panorama of the Last Supper sculpture by Michele Vedani at the foot of Via Crucis in Esino Lario, Lombardy, Italy during Wikimania 2016.
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