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Wooden church from XV Century in Blizne
Poland
Old wooden church from XV Century in Blizne, Poland. The original painting on its walls presents the Tatar invasion of the area.
Copyright: Jacek Gancarson
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Uploaded: 29/07/2012
Updated: 09/10/2014
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