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St. Adalbert's Cemetery
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Winter view next to the Polish chapel of St. Wojciech (Adalbert) at the historic St. Adalbert's Cemetery. At the turn of the century Milwaukee was home to the third largest (or largest, depending on metric) Polish immigrant population in America.

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送信日: 21/01/2010
更新日: 10/09/2014
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