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Photo competition of DG "Agriculture and Rural development" (2012)

The DG "Agriculture and Rural development" organised an in-house photo competition on the theme of agriculture. The winners were Gery Mertens (1st), Gavina Corda and Elke Berndt (2nd ex aequo), and Françoise van Nieuwlandt.
Photo competition of DG
Vineyards in Douro region
Reference: P-020163
Date: 12/04/2011
Photo competition of DG
The bee
Reference: P-020163
Date: 23/05/2011
Photo competition of DG
Poppy field
Reference: P-020163
Date: 08/06/2011
Photo competition of DG
Brabant at work
Reference: P-020163
Date: 29/01/2009
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Sunbathing on the fence
Reference: P-020163
Date: 13/07/2011
Photo competition of DG
The ways of farming
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
What a wonderful day
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
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Let's call it a draw
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
Staw bales
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
In the summer heat
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
Wheat fields in Piticchio di Arcevia
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
The organic basket
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
Grape
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012
Photo competition of DG
Romanesco cabbage
Reference: P-020163
Date: 17/03/2012

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Photo competition of DG "Agriculture and Rural development" (2012)
Ref: 020163
Date: 09/08/2012



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