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Flagdage 2013 - Google Kalender via CSV fil

Jeg har lavet en Google kalender over officielle, religiøse og militære flagdage i 2013.
Importér til din egen kalender.

Benyt menuen i venstre side af Google Kalender.
Klik på menuen Andre kalendere og vælg Tilføj via webadresse.

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