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File:Stift Altenburg Kirche Orgel 01.JPG

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Deutsch: Orgel der Stiftskirche Altenburg (Niederösterreich) von Anton Pfliegler (1773). Darüber Fresko von Paul Troger (1733): Übertragung der Bundeslade durch König David.
English: Organ of Altenburg Abbey Church (Lower Austria) by Anton Pfliegler (1773). Above the fresco by Paul Troger (1733): Transfer of the Ark of the Covenant by King David.
Español: Órgano de la iglesia de la abadía de Altenburgo (Baja Austria) por Anton Pfliegler (1773). En la parte superior, el fresco de Paul Troger (1733): Traslado del Arca de la Alianza por el rey David.
Português: Orgão da igreja e abadia beneditina de Altenburg, Baixa Áustria por Anton Pfliegler (1773). Acima deste, o afresco de Paul Troger (1733): Transferência da Arca da Aliança pelo rei Davi.
Denkmalschutz-AT.svg Austria Bundesadler.svg This media shows the protected monument with the number 84421 in Austria. (commons, de)
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Camera location 48° 38′ 35.91″ N, 15° 35′ 42.35″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap. View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap - Google Earth info


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English: Organ of Altenburg Abbey Church (Lower Austria) by Anton Pfliegler (1775). Above the fresco by Paul Troger (1733): Transfer of the Ark of the Covenant by King David.
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