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Храм во имя святого Архангела Михаила в Дергачах
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Дергачевский храм в лучах заходящего солнца. Один из немногих сохранившихся храмов левобережья Саратовской Области. Удачный фон - или это знамение на небесах?

Copyright: Константин Клюшин
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Uploaded: 07/01/2012
Updated: 14/08/2014
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Tags: храм; церковь; собор; church; cathederal; chapel; temple
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