Early Christian Necropolis, Cella trichora (Pécs, Hungary)

Early Christian Necropolis, Cella trichora (Pécs, Hungary)

The Early Christian Necropolis in Pécs, Hungary is an outstanding historical site.

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Early Christian, burial chamber, Cella trichora, World Heritage, Pécs, archeology, barrel vault, architecture, church, semi-dome, dome, apse

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