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Michniowiec, Greek Catholic church. Nativity of the Theotokos #3

Greek Catholic church. Nativity of the Mother of God Roman Catholic Church now branch church. Holy Nativity. John the Baptist parish in Black. Church is oriented, three-section with clearly highlighted the various parts, which is a reference to the construction Boyko.

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