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Martha Decker
Martha Decker • 2 years ago

Church of St. Wenceslaus, a Catholic church established in 1857 in New Prague, Minnesota, a town originally settled by Czech immigrants. This church is on the National Register of Historic Places. NRHP Reference #: 82003035 Added to NRHP: February 19, 1982

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