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Westerwaelder Dom Wirges
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Die Kirche St. Bonifatius in Wirges, die auch Westerwaelder Dom genannt wird, ist 1887 fuer verschiedene umliegende Gemeinden gebaut worden. Sie ist die groesste katholische Kirche im Westerwald.

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Uploaded: 22/06/2009
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