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English: Bust of the twenty-fifth Prime Minister of Australia w:en:John Howard by political cartoonist, caricaturist and sculptor w:en:Peter Nicholson located in the w:en:Prime Minister's Avenue in the Ballarat Botanical Gardens.

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02:56, 30 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
02:42, 30 December 2007 w:en:User:BetacommandBot
01:41, 30 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
01:19, 30 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
01:12, 30 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
02:55, 28 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
01:19, 28 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
15:45, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:Timeshift9
05:27, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian
04:20, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian
04:19, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian
04:08, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian
03:56, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian
03:16, 27 December 2007 w:en:User:WikiTownsvillian (John Howard's bust in the Prime Minister's Avenue, Ballarat Photo taken by WikiTownsvillian)
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