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Church in Dwernik

Kościół parafialny św. Archanioła Michała ciekawy jest, bo nowy, a belki konstrukcyjne i wezwanie – stare. Wykorzystano tu drewno ze starej, rozebranej cerkwi w Lutowiskach, które złożone razem dały w 1981 r. zupełnie nowy kształt; msza codziennie, w niedziele kilka.

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Uploaded: 25/10/2009
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