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The church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz

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A: Milicz - st. Andrew - bells

Par Michal Kowalski, à 20 mètres

Milicz - st. Andrew - bells

B: Milicz - Saint Andrew Church

Par Michal Kowalski, à 30 mètres

Milicz - Saint Andrew Church

C: The church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz

Par Marcin Skiba, à 30 mètres

The church of St. Andrea Bobola in Milicz

D: Milicz Commune

Par Marcin Skiba, à 410 mètres

Milicz Commune

E: Bank Milicz

Par Marcin Skiba, à 440 mètres

Bank Milicz

F: Milicz - Square1

Par Michal Kowalski, à 450 mètres

Milicz - Square1

G: Late Baroque-Neoclassical palace in Milicz

Par Marcin Skiba, à 470 mètres Pałac klasycystyczny w Miliczu wybud...

Late Baroque-Neoclassical palace in Milicz

H: Milicz - Square2

Par Michal Kowalski, à 480 mètres

Milicz - Square2

I: Winter Park Milicz

Par Marcin Skiba, à 490 mètres

English-style park in winter at the family Maltzan palace in Milicz. View toward the palace. In the f...

Winter Park Milicz

J: Kosciol Andrzeja Boboli W Miliczu

Par Marcin Skiba, à 490 mètres

Kosciol Andrzeja Boboli W Miliczu

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