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Organ Hall
Ukraine
CHURCH OF ST. John the Baptist on Castle Hill, founded in 1812 in memory of the early death of his son Branicki Alexander - tribal tomb Branicki Catholics. Since 1990 - the House chamber and organ music. Architectural monument of national significance.
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Uploaded: 12/02/2011
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