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The churchyard and the Arany Janos School Entrance Nagykoros
Nagykoros

On the picture you can see the entrance of the Arany János School. Arany János himself was once taught in this building. His statue can be seen in the left from the entrance. Behind the statue appears the Town Hall, and  then continue turning you can see the oldest part of the Protestant church.

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Uploaded: 11/10/2009
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