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Florian Stollmayer’s Quick Guide to the Dallas Ft Worth Metroplex - cover

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Florian Stollmayer’s Quick Guide to the Dallas Ft Worth Metroplex

Florian Stollmayer

Publisher: Florian Stollmayer

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Summary

I am very glad that you have found your way to this book, which is a Quick Guide for visiting and relocating to the Dallas & Fort Worth area. The purpose of this book is to give visitors or people who are relocating to the DFW Metroplex area a closer look to Top Sights and Fun things to do from an Insider perspective.
Available since: 10/11/2018.

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