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Synagoga, Stupava, Slovakia
Slovakia

Synagóga bola postavená v roku 1803 a patrí medzi dva zachované príklady deväť klenbového typu synagóg na Slovensku.

Copyright: Jozef Kokes
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Caricate: 11/01/2013
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