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Kamenets Podolsky Cathedral Church
Ukraine

Kamenets-Podolsky Cathedral Church of St. Peter and Pavel is a catholic temple and was built in 1375 by Yakov Buchatsky. It has a bell tower, Triumphal Gate and Turkish minaret.

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