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File:Michael of salonica.jpg


English: 12th-century mosaic of St. Demetrius of Salonica, formerly in the Golden-Roofed Monastery of Kiev, now in the Tretyakov Gallery of Moscow.
Français : Mosaïque du XIIe siècle représentant saint Démétrios de Salonique, autrefois dans le monastère Saint-Michel « au toit d’or », aujourd'hui à la Galerie Tretyakov de Moscou.


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  • (del) (cur) 15:37, 4 February 2005 . . Ghirlandajo (Talk | contribs) . . 329×590 (235,483 bytes) (Mosaic of St Michael of Salonica {{PD}})

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