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Gerasimos Monastery am Toten Meer (Eingangsbereich)
West Bank

in diesem Kloster werden von den Mönchen wunderschöne Mosaiken hergestellt, sehr große für Kirchen, aber auch kleine Mosaiken, auch mit 24 Carat Goldauflage im Wert von einigen 100,00 aber auch von 30.000,00€ und mehr.

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