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Slomškov square in Maribor
Slovenia

The square of Anton Martin Slomšek in Maribor. On the square is the bishop church, the bell tower (open for public) and statue of the bishop Anton Martin Slomšek.

Copyright: Zoran Trost
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Uploaded: 13/09/2012
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