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Carmelite Priory, Mdina
Malta
This is one of the rooms in the Carmelite Priory in Mdina, Malta. Some of this is now a museum but is also still the seat of the Carmelite Institute of Malta.
Copyright: Matt wellard
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Chargée: 28/10/2010
Mis à jour: 11/09/2014
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