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Holy Spirit church - planning Imre Makovecz
Hungary

The Catholic religious community asked Makovecz Imre for a catechism building to be built in 1987. Was beginning in the 1988 Mays of the building operations and 1990 Junes it was ordained on 03 the Holy Spirit church.

The illustrious piece of the contemporary architecture was built of public subscription, and like this Roman Catholic church Paks and other Hungarian believers; German, Swiss, Austrian relief organisations and bishoprics, between them the Munich archbishopric; Pécs Bishopric; the state church case office; his Paks city; Paks Atomic Plant gifts made the construction of the building possible.

Copyright: Tibor illes
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Chargée: 12/04/2009
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