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Outdoor Greek Catholic St-Treime Monastery Timis Cob
Banat

On April 27 I took a short bicicle trip to Timis, where I discovered a wonderful earthen building (cob is a mixture of sand, clay and straw) that permits living sculptures be made.

So I took the panoramas for the place where the buiding is growing - next to a Greek-Catholic monastery "Sfanta Treime" and then I enjoyed a peaceful day of lecture at the beach. Around 3 PM I even took a swim in the muddy waters of the river and felt just great :) summer is already here

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