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The Refectory Church of St. George in Kolomenskoe
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The Refectory Church of St. George.

The Refectory Church of St. George in Kolomenskoe is an important part of the "Kolomenskoe" museum complex.

Copyright: Andrey ilyin
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Chargée: 04/09/2008
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