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Chelmno, gymnasial church - the nave
Poland

Gymnasial Church in Chelmno / Kulm. A Roman Catholic church in gothic style. The church was closed for believers as well as for tourists during the communist dictatorship, and more or less left to decay. After 1990, it has been completely renewed.

Copyright: Alexander Jensko
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Uploaded: 09/08/2011
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