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Saint Sophia Cathedral / Софийский собор
Belarus

Софийский собор - кафедральный собор города Полоцка. Первоначально построен между 1030—1060 годами. Разрушен в 1710 году и в середине XVIII века восстановлен в стиле виленского барокко.

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