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Katedrála Božského Spasitele Ostrava
Czech Republic

Katedrála Božského Spasitele (take Bazilika Božského Spasitele) v Ostravě JE Spolu s konkatedrálou Nanebevzetí Panny Marie v Opavě hlavním kostelem Ostravsko-Opavské diecéze. Nachází sobě v Moravské Ostravě uprostřed náměstí Msgre. Šrámka v JDE o druhý nejvetsi kostel na Moravě, hned po velehradské bazilice.

Copyright: Jiří Hrubý
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Uploaded: 07/07/2014
Updated: 11/07/2014
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