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Ikskiles St.Meinarda Evangelical Lutheran Church
Latvia

Ikšķiles Evangeliski Luteriskā Sv.Meinarda baznīca, 2010.gada 3.decembris. Church stay on center of city Ikskile, about 250m from train station.

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