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костёл Божьего тела в Дворце
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 костел Божьего Тела 1904 г. в д.Дворец Дятловского района. неоренессанс или необарокко, сам точнонезнаю, да и вообще о нём ничего незнаю, красивый это да...  из путешествия на малую родину...

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