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Chisinau - Church - Schimbarea La Fata a Mantuitorului
Chisinau, Moldova

Chisinau.

The church is located in the center of the city, near buildings of Parliament an President Administration.

During Soviet Union Age, the church has been transformed in to Planetarium.

Now, it came back to its original purpose - as a church, and is named

"Schimbarea La Fata a Mantuitorului" what means "the Transfiguration of Christ"

Copyright: Artur Paluta
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Taken: 08/05/2009
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Geüpdatet: 23/09/2014
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Tags: chisinau; kishinev; moldova; church; schimbarea la fata; transfiguration of christ; downtown
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