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File:Alexander Church Warsaw.jpg


English: St. Alexander's Church, Warsaw about 1900.
Polski: Kościół św. Aleksandra w Warszawie

Print no. "8953"

Date between 1890 and 1905
Source Original image: Photochrom print (colour photo lithograph)

Reproduction number: LC-DIG-ppmsc-03918 from Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Photochrom Prints Collection

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