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Baby sleeping next to packs of meat : Stock Photo
Bethlehem is an important commercial, industrial and educational centre in the eastern Free State. The original settlers found that wheat flourished in the valley and hence the town was named Bethlehem (house of bread).

Baby sleeping next to packs of meat

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Bethlehem is an important commercial, industrial and educational centre in the eastern Free State. The original settlers found that wheat flourished in the valley and hence the town was named Bethlehem (house of bread).
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Photonica World
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