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Sint-Martinuskerk - Genk
Belgium

De Sint-Martinuskerk in Genk dateert van na de tweede wereldoorlog en is van de Genkse architect Maurice De Paepe. Op 2 oktober 1944, vlak na de bevrijding, werd de vorige kerk bij vergissing gebombardeerd door de Amerikaanse luchtmacht.

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Uploaded: 12/08/2010
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