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Gudhjem Kirke, Bornholm
Denmark

Gudhjem kirke er byens vartegn og rummer et meget smukt kirkerum. På denne hjemmeside kan du læse om kirkens historie og om det lokale kirkeliv, der rummer kirkelige handlinger og andre aktiviteter for sognets beboere.

http://www.gudhjemkirke.dk/

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