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Immaculata column by Johann Halbig (eight meter high iron column made by Schlick Co., cca. two and half meter high the statue made in zinc alloys? with copper coating ? on two meter high base). - Before Saint Roch Chapel Gyulai Pál street, Palotanegyed neighborhood, Budapest District VIII.
Magyar:
Immaculata-szobor (Johann Halbig, 1867, vasoszlop és horgany szobor rézbevonattal). - Budapest, Józsefváros kerület, Palotanegyed városrész, Gyulai Pál utca, Rókus-kápolna előtti tér
Object location47° 29′ 45.15″ N, 19° 04′ 01.34″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo
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