Biserica Sf Gheorghe Dudu
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Biserica Sf Gheorghe Dudu

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Biserica Sf. Gheorghe dudu
Localitatea: Dudu
Comuna: Chiajna, Judet: Bucuresti si Ilfov
Adresa: Strada Bisericii nr. 8
Hram: Sf. Mc. Gheorghe (23 aprilie),
Detalii: Construita în jur de 1841
Biserica în forma de nava simpla cu turla pe frontal. Pridvor adaugat, ceva mai mic.

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