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Zadní Synagoga Třebíč
Czech Republic

Back Synagogue in Jewish town. Trebic. On the list UNESCO.

Inside photographic exhibition of Trefos.

Copyright: Radim brancovsky
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Uploaded: 19/01/2010
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