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Marzinis Chiesa di San Girolamo
Italy

Vista esterna della chiesa di San Girolamo a Marzinis, una frazione di Fiume Veneto. La chiesa, recentemente restaurata, contiene al suo interno degli affreschi di G.A. de Sacchis, detto il Pordenone.

Copyright: Federico Infanti
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7222x3611
Uploaded: 26/06/2009
Updated: 19/09/2014
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Tags: chiesa; marzinis; fiume veneto; pordenone; friuli
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