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Kramsta family Mausoleum, Świebodzice
Poland
Copyright: Wojciech Połowczuk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8188x4094
Uploaded: 16/08/2012
Updated: 05/08/2014
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Tags: kramsta; mausoleum; graveyard; thomb; swiebodzice
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