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церковь-школа св. Владимира
Belarus

Дата строительства:1896 г.

В это самое утро в Гродно было очень редкое атмосферное явление Гало, мне его даже удалось сфотографировать . Верующие бабушки как раз из церкви выходили. Заметили, стояли, долго смотрели, крестились... говорят "Знамение" )))

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