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Capitular Hall - Red Monastery
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Kapitulná sieň pochádza z obdobia prestavby kláštora po roku 1462. Je preklenutá gotickou sieťovou klenbou a jej východná stena dostala veľké trojdielne okno s charakteristickými terakotovými článkami.

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Uploaded: 09/07/2010
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