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The Church of Drejoe
Denmark

Das Panorama zeigt die nach einem Unglück im Jahre 1535 erbaute Kirche der Insel Drejoe in der dänischen Südsee. Neben Altar und Sitzbänken ist auch die Kirchenorgel im Eingangsbereich zu erkennen.

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Uploaded: 16/05/2012
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