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Next to the entrance to the Red Church in Minsk
Minsk
Next to the entrance to the Red Church in Minsk, 22 May 2012, about 10am
Copyright: Alexey Ilchenko
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Tags: saints simon and helen; red church; minsk; cathedral; catholic; neo-gothic; roman catholic
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