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The church of Saint John at the catacomb in Thessaloniki
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The small underground church of Saint John at the catacomb in Thessaloniki, near the churche of the Saint Sophia (Hagia Sophia). Very beatiful and relaxed place in the centre of big city.

Copyright: Александр Хаджи
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