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Bozego Ciala Church
Krakow
The imposing three-nave church was erected in the 14th century. Its impressive interior is a mixture of austere Gothic architecture and lavish baroque décor. Especially noteworthy is the boat-shaped pulpit, the beautiful main altar and organs. (from http://www.cracowonline.com/378-Bozego_Ciala_Church-Monument)
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