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works at the floor at the church

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here is a panorama of the interior of the church with the new cement layer - just prepared for the stone floor.

the beautiful space is inspirational and the people who visit it claim they feel closer to God just entering the building.

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I: Antimis Educational Center - Office

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J: Orthodox Church - children playroom

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This panorama was taken in Timisoara, Europe

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