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Liberec - Holy Mother's Church - winter alley
Czech Republic

View from the top end of the uphill chestnut alley, which also is a Way of the Cross. Up on the hill you can see the jugendstil church of Holy Mother. If you look through the alley the other way, there is the Ještěd mountain in the distance and St. Antonín's church standing in the city centre.

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Uploaded: 05/02/2013
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