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Kostol sv. Petra a Pavla, Zahorska Bystrica
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Barokovo-klasicistický kostol sv. Petra a Pavla v Zahorskej Bystrici. Kostol bol postaveny v roku 1534. Nový kostol na rovnakom mieste je od roku 1834.

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Uploaded: 07/04/2013
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