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The Cathedral Basilica
Poland

Płock Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Masovia at dusk. Founded by Bishop Alexander of Malonne, built in 1144. Its a Roman Catholic cathedral in Poland, and one of the most important examples of Romanesque architecture in Europe.

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