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Do you recognise this church?

I spotted this church down a side street as I hit upon downtown Valtice. I have trawled the Internet looking for some information and have failed to find anything. If you’re from the Czech Republic and know it, or know anyone who might know of it, perhaps you’d let me know. Am dead curious to know more about it. It has an amazing tiled roof  – something I’ve not seen before.

 

 

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  1. I don’t know the building but that type of slating is common in Scandinavia …….even some in Orkney. Did you get inside the church?

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  1. I don’t know the building but that type of slating is common in Scandinavia …….even some in Orkney. Did you get inside the church?

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