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    • Brianna

      Awesome I play violin so much fun :)

    • Betty Soto-Soria

      The world’s largest violin, which is 4.28 meters tall, 1.45 meters wide, and weighs over 100 kilograms, was made by twelve luthiers in Markneukirchen, Germany. -lbk-

    • Angie Pullen

      40 Guinness World Records 2012 (Part 3) | Most Beautiful Pages

    • Krishna 💀

      The World`s Biggest Violin

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