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Salatruc wooden church
Romania

Biserica de lemn din cartierul Sălătruc al Petroşaniului a fost ridicată în 1750. Are hramul „Sfântul Mare Mucenic Gheorghe”. În ciuda vechimii sale şi a măiestriei lucrului în lemn, biserica nu se află pe noua listă a monumentelor istorice.

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