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Kaple Tří králů na zámku v Pardubicích
Czech Republic

Kaple Tří králů na zámku v Pardubicích po retsaurování v letech 2012 - 2013. Novogotický oltář Františka Schmoranze z 19. stol. s plastikami sv. Václava a sv. Ludmily z 2. pol. 18. stol. Pod zašlým šedozeleným nátěrem objevili restaurátoři MgA. Hana Vítová a MgA. Dušan Rohlík nádherně dochované polychromie.

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