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In Polish: Lwów. Wejście do kościoła i klasztoru P.P. Benedyktynek Łac. Fot. Prof. A. Lenkiewicz. 507
Wydawca i druk: S. A. Książnica Atlas, Lwów, ul. Czarnieckiego 12. 1938

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