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Ruins of church
Ukraine

Defensive church in Sokolivka was built in the late 16 century. Later it was rebuilt. Paintings were made in early 20 century. In Soviet times it was used as a warehouse. Around fragments of fortifications - traces of stone fences, towers and gates.

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Uploaded: 07/10/2010
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