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This is a photo of a monument in Ukraine, number: 46-101-1986


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49° 50′ 19.11″ N, 24° 0′ 49.40″ E

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English: St. George's Cathedral in Leopolis

-- façade: mounted statue of st. George, piercing a dragon with a spear, two statues st. Leo and st. Athanasius, a symbol of the unity of the Church

Polski: Sobór św. Jura we Lwowie

-- fasada: konno statua św. Jerzego, któy włócznią przebijającego smoka, dwie statuy św. Leona i św. Anastazego, Papieża i Patriarchy, symbol jedności Kościoła

Українська: Собор св. Юра у Львові -- фасада: статуя св. Юра на коні, що списом побиває дракона, дві статуї св. Льва і св. Анастазія, Папи і Патріарха, символ єдности Церкви.

Taken from pl:Grafika:SoborSwJuraLwow2.jpg by pl:Wikipedysta:Stako


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