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Eglise de St Jean d'Illac
France

Visite virtuelle de l'église de St Jean d'Illac en gironde France. Petite église de village ouverte 7 jours sur 7 de 8h00 à 19h00. Une petite grotte à la vierge se trouve sur la droite dans le jardin.

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Uploaded: 12/03/2011
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