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Rejviz Lourdes Grotte
Czech Republic

Lourdes Grotte (Lurdska jeskyne) in Stary Rejviz (Reihwiesen) is a magic location in the Jeseniky mountains. It was built in 1908, destroyed in 1948 and renewed in 2006.

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Caricate: 15/10/2009
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Tags: lourdes; forest; christianity; cave; mary; altar
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