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Prešov synagóga - Orthodox synagogue
Slovakia

http://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ortodoxn%C3%A1_synag%C3%B3ga_v_Pre%C5%A1ove

http://www.snm.sk/?uvodna-stranka-synagoga-po&clanok=synagoga-v-presove

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