Franciscan church in Maribor
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Franciscan church in Maribor

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Church of St. Mary, Our Lady of Sorrows (Franciscan church) in Maribor, Slovenia. The church is part of the Franciscan monastery and is actually a basilica since 1906.

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A: Maribor at Christmas time

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Panorama from Maribor, Slovenia, taken at the junction of Vetrinjska ulica, Trg Leona Štuklja and Jur...

Maribor at Christmas time

B: Slomškov square in Maribor

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The square of Anton Martin Slomšek in Maribor. On the square is the bishop church, the bell tower (op...

Slomškov square in Maribor

C: Main square in Maribor

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Main square (Glavni trg) is the central square in Maribor, Slovenia. You can see two of the historica...

Main square in Maribor

D: Display of 600 postcards at the Post of Slovenia

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The display of 600 postcards by the photographer Ciril Velkovrh in the atrium of the Slovenian post i...

Display of 600 postcards at the Post of Slovenia

E: Hotel Betnava Maribor

摄影师Hans Georg Kuegerl, 距离此全景2.6 The hotel is situated on the southern edge of Maribor, next to the Betnava fo...

Hotel Betnava Maribor

F: Hotel Betnava

摄影师Hans Georg Kuegerl, 距离此全景2.7 The hotel is situated on the southern edge of Maribor, next to the Betnava fo...

Hotel Betnava

G: Maribor-Pustolovski-Park

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H: Gradisce Betnava

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Gradisce Betnava

I: Reka Drava Limbus Maribor

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Reka Drava Limbus Maribor

J: Restavracija Vnukec

摄影师Hans Georg Kuegerl, 距离此全景6.2 Ob otvoritvi 7. 11. 2002 restavracije Vnukec je Franjo Šauperl zapisal: Vnukec r...

Restavracija Vnukec

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