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Santa Maria Maggiore Trieste
Trieste

Build in the 17th century because the nearby Jesuits-School was expanding, the history of the<em>Santa Maria Maggiore Trieste</em> is quite unknown. 1682 most of the records and parts of the church were destroyed by fire, the dome as last part of the church wasn't finished before 1817.

Copyright: Markus Ortner
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Uploaded: 23/05/2010
Updated: 23/09/2014
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Tags: pano; panorama; italy; trieste; triest; historic; antique; church
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