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Interior of the Eusebius church of Arnhem
Netherlands

Inside the St. Eusebius church in the center of Arnhem. The church is named after the 4th-century saint Eusebius, Bishop of Vercelli. The church was extensively damaged during the Second World War following Operation Market Garden in 1944 but has been restored.

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