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Catholic Chapel in the Cacica salt mine
Romania
Copyright: Michael pop
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Chargée: 05/03/2010
Mis à jour: 16/06/2014
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Tags: cacica; mina; mine; bergwerk; salt; salz; sare; salina; moldova; moldavia; romania; moldau; chapel; catholic; capela; catolica; katholische; kapelle
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