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English: Statue of Sir Edward "Weary" Dunlop on the grounds of the Australian War Memorial, after its relocation, which is the molding of File:Edward Dunlop (statue in Melbourne Botantic Gardens).jpg from the Melbourne Botantic Gardens.


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