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View over the rhone valley
Switzerland

You can see an impressing view over the rhone valley near Ecône. There is situated the International Seminary of Saint Pius X.

http://www.seminaire-econe.ch

Copyright: Christian Elser
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Uploaded: 20/04/2011
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Tags: switzerland; econe; valais; international seminary of saint pius x; sspx; fsspx; society of st. pius x; archbishop lefebvre; view rhone valley
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