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Kreuzkirche, Kaliningrad
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Church Kreuzkirche was built between 1930 and 1933 by Arthur Kickton. Now is a lot of apartment houses around the church.

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Tags: church; house; dwelling; apartment; жилой дом; церковь; собор
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