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Kostel sv. Ondřeje Uherský Ostroh
Czech Republic

Church of Sts. Andrew 

This late Baroque - Neo-Classical building its strong front speakers from a number of houses rather dominated the whole area of the square, also the name of the patron saint of nesoucímu temple, and its clear color facade September path starousedlíkům as well as accidental visitors. Its history has already a quarter of the millennium, but it is simply a continuation of a much older history.

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