View of Uspenska church



ID number:
08626
Title:
View of Uspenska church
City:
Subject:
Street, architecture, buildings, church, bell tower, line, tram, people
Creator:
Jaroslav Yanchak
Publisher:
Unpublished resources
Date:
1956
Format:
9х6 сm
Copyright:
Jaroslav Janchak
Collection:
Category:
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