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Covolo di Lusiana la chiesa di S. Donato
Veneto

La chiesa del Covolo di Lusiana è una delle chiese più antiche del Veneto, la sua costruzione risale all' anno 1.200 circa.

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Geüpdatet: 25/04/2014
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