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Czech Republic Kostel svaté Anny/Church saint Anna (visited in 2016/1)

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Small rural church in one sleepy hollow on the west.
The neoromantic chapel was built in 1884-1886. And last Mass was held in 1946.
Since 2010 Historic landmark.

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