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Kirchweg - Kirche St. Oswald
Austria

A small road near St. oswald, the Kirchweg (Curch Road) got its name from this church.

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Uploaded: 05/12/2009
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Tags: carinthia; kärnten; kleinkirchheim; outdoor; church
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