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Kalná nad Hronom, kostol / Church.
Slovakia

Rímskokatolícky kostol sv. Petra a Pavla z roku 1720.

Roman Catholic Church st. Peter and Paul of the year 1720.

Obec Kalná nad Hronom vznikla v roku 1960 spojením obcí Kálna a Kálnica. Je v prvom pásme obcí okolo jadrovej elektrárne Mochovce.

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