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Viski St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, Latvia
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Višķu Sv. Jāņa Kristītāja Romas katoļu baznīca tika uzbūvēta 1908. - 1925. gadā. Ievērojams valsts nozīmes arhitektūras piemineklis, viena no nedaudzajām sakrālajām celtnēm Daugavpils rajonā, kas ir celta no šķeltiem akmeņiem un pieder pie viena torņa bazilikāņu krusta baznīcu tipa.

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