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  • <p>Holy Infant Catholic Cemetery,	NE1/4 NE1/4, Sec. 15,<br />
Twp. 133, R. 86, Grant County, ND, USA.  1998.<br />
<br />
Source:  Ted J. Becker</p><p>124a_page-001.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-001.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Mr. and Mrs. Kosmas Kuntz.  Holy Infant Catholic Cemetery, NE1/4, NE1/4, Sec. 15, Twp. 133, R. 86,<br />
Grant County, ND, USA.  1998.<br />
<br />
Source:  Ted J. Becker<br />
https://ofb.genealogy.net/famreport.php?ofb=krasna&amp;ID=I1129</p><p>Kuntz</p><p>124a_page-002_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-002_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Zachaeus Ternes family. Zachaeus born 1875 Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 1909.  <br />
His parents:  Ludwig Ternes am Gertrud Riehl.  <br />
Wife (herein):  Ottilia Nagel, born 1875 Krasna, died 1951. <br />
Her parents:  Johannes Nagel and Theresia Krenzel.  <br />
Her 2nd spouse was Daniel Dietz.  <br />
Children, rear, L-R: Daniel; Johannes.  Front, L-R: Marianna (later married Anton Ziebart); Louis.<br />
 <br />
Source:  Brent Miller.<br />
https://ofb.genealogy.net/famreport.php?ofb=krasna&amp;ID=I12300</p><p>Riehl, Ternes</p><p>124a_page-013.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-013.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>L: Mr. and Mrs. Romanus Soehn.  Romanus born 18 Aug 1894 Karamurat, Dobrudscha, Romania, died 23 Feb 1976 Denver, CO, USA.<br />
Wife:  Maria Eva Ruscheinski, born 11 Nov 1899 Karamurat, died 24 Jun 1994, Denver.<br />
Her parents:  Anton Ruscheinski and Magdalena Goetz.<br />
R:  Mr and Mrs. Aegidius Soehn/Saen.  Aegidius born 30 Apr 1883 Karamurat, died 1 Jun 1967 Bienfait, SK, Canada,  <br />
Wife 1:  Salomea Fahnrich, born in Karamurat, died 1908 or 1910, Karamurat.  <br />
Wife 2 (in photo):  Veronica Friedrich, born 25 Dec 1893 Colelia, Dobrudscha, Romania, died 19 Nov 1967 Bienfait.<br />
Her parents were Lambert Friedrich and Marina Gress.  Photo taken late 1950&#039;s<br />
Parents of Romanus and Aegidius:  Matthias Söhn and Helena Bogolowski.<br />
<br />
Source:  Dean Sane, grandson to Aegidius<br />
https://ofb.genealogy.net/famreport.php?ofb=krasna&amp;ID=I10557<br />
https://ofb.genealogy.net/famreport.php?ofb=krasna&amp;ID=I8882</p><p>Soehn, Söhn</p><p>124a_page-015.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-015.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Mr. and Mrs. Valentin Schlosser.<br />
Valentin born 25 Nov 1855, Baden, Kutschurgan, Russia, died 11 Apr 1947, Selfridge, Sioux County, ND, USA, buried St. Philomena Catholic Cemetery, Selfridge.<br />
His parents: Matthew Schlosser and Eleonor Young/Jung.<br />
Wife:  Barbara Steier/Steiert, born 1855 Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 1922, Napoleon, Logan County, ND, USA, buried Napoleon.<br />
Her parents:  Michael Steier/Steiert and Elizabeth Bachmeier.  Immigrated to U.S.A. in 1910.<br />
<br />
Source:  Lori Doerr, great granddaughter</p><p>Schlosser</p><p>124a_page-022.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-022.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wingenbach.<br />
Paul born 15 Jan 1878, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 5 Jul 1960 Tisdale, SK, Canada,<br />
parents: Anton Wingenbach and Magdalena nee Schlick.<br />
Tekla born 4 Mar 1889 Krasna, died 19 Nov 1965 . Tisdale.<br />
<br />
Source:  Anne Deis</p><p>Wingenbach</p><p>124a_page-026_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-026_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Joseph Bonogofsky Family.<br />
Wife Natalia nee Riehl, born to Christian Riehl and Johanna nee Schwalich.  All of the named were born in Krasna.<br />
Christian and Johanna&#039;s children: Natalia; Peter; Simon;<br />
Simon; Teckla - Teckla married Paulus Wingenbach. All born in Krasna.<br />
<br />
Source:  Ann Deis</p><p>Bonogofsky, Riehl</p><p>124a_page-028_top.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-028_top.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Taken 27 Apr 1901, wedding day, Fondahl Church, southeast of Rugby, Pierce County, North Dakota.<br />
Herman Dirk, born 28 Aug 1873, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 26 Dec 1943, Prelate, Saskatchewan, Canada.<br />
His parents:  Jacob Dirk and Marianna Bonogofsky of Krasna.<br />
Palahna (Paulina) nee Kot, born 14 Apr 1882, Pyszkowce, Buczaca, East Galicia, Austria, died 9 Sep 1967, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada.<br />
Her parents: Ivan Kot and Anastasia Kleta.<br />
<br />
Source:  Micheal Dirk</p><p>Dirk</p><p>124a_page-037_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-037_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Wedding day, 1901.  Pontianus Dirk, born 1888, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 25 Sep 1951, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada,<br />
His parents: Jacob Dirk and Marianna Bonogofsky.<br />
Wife:  Magdalena Heilman, born 2 Aug 1883 1883 to Ambrose Heilman and Lydia Buechler.<br />
<br />
Source:  Micheal Dirk</p><p>Dirk, Heilman</p><p>124a_page-039_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-039_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Mr and Mrs. Peter Schaefer.  Peter born 23 Nov 1842, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 8 Feb 1942, buried St. Peter Cemetery, rural Haynes, Adams County, ND, U.S.A.<br />
His parents:  Johannes Schaefer and Katarina _.<br />
Wife # 1 (pictured):  Barbara nee Herrschaft, born 1844, Easterburg, Odessa District, Ukraine, Russia, died 22 Dec 1916, rural Adams County, ND.<br />
Her parents:  Johannes Herrschaft and Katharina _.<br />
Wife # 2 (not pictured):  Magdalena Helena nee Braun.  They married 8 Sep 1917.  Her 1st husband:  Georg Kopp.  He died prior to 1908.<br />
Her 2nd husband:  Johannes Both. <br />
She was born 16 Jan 1849, Krasna.<br />
<br />
Source:  Genevieve Ihli Niarhos</p><p>Herrschaft, Schaefer, Schäfer</p><p>124a_page-047.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-047.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Erasmus Schreiber, born 2 May 1878, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 25 Feb 1939, Krasna.<br />
Parents:  Josef Schreiber &amp; Marianna Steiert.<br />
Josef&#039;s parents:  Jakob Friedrich Schreiber &amp; Maria Anna Fröhlich.<br />
<br />
Erasmus&#039; spouse 1: <br />
Agatha Bachmeier, married about 1897, Krasna.  She died 26.01.1905.<br />
Their children: Eduard, pictured, born 1897, died about 1917;<br />
Felicia, born 04.08.1902, died 10.02.1902.<br />
Lambert, pictured, born 07.09.1904, died 15.03.1906.<br />
<br />
Spouse 2: Franziska Schweizer born 5 Oct 1883, Strassburg, Kutschurgan, Russia, died 11 Aug 1926, Krasna<br />
Their children:<br />
Otto, born 2 Feb 1906;<br />
Adelheid, born 01.08.1907,<br />
Josef, born 12 Feb 1909;<br />
Marianna, born 20 Sep 1912;<br />
Lydia, born 4 Jan 1917;<br />
Leokadia, born 9 May 1919.<br />
All born in Krasna.<br />
<br />
Spouse 3:  Irena nee Ruscheinski Bachmeier, married 28 Feb 1927, Krasna, born 1 Nov 1898, Krasna, died 1965 Koblenz, Germany.<br />
She was the widow of Ludwig Bachmeier. Her parents were:  Mathias Ruscheinski and Anna Müller.<br />
Erasmus children:  Eduard, born 18 Nov 1927, Krasna, died 25.11.2005, Koblenz, RP, DE;<br />
<br />
Lady in photo:<br />
Erasmus&#039; second wife Franziska.<br />
The Schreiber family emigrated to Krasna from Landau, Beresan, Russia, in 1843.<br />
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Source:  Alois Speicher     Data adapted 20.04.2017: Otto Riehl</p><p>Schreiber, Schweizer</p><p>124a_page-085.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-085.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Taken 21.10.1930.  Theresia nee Ternes and Otto Schreiber, She is the daughter of Hieronymus and Apollonia (Marte)<br />
Both were born in Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia.<br />
<br />
Source:  Sr. Philomena Marte</p><p>Ternes, Schreiber</p><p>124a_page-093_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-093_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Seated, L-R:  Johannes Marte; his wife Julianna nee Ziebart.  <br />
Rear, L-R: Apollonia nee Marte, daughter of Johannes and Julianna, wife of Hieronymus, herein; Hieronymus Ternes.  <br />
Children, L-R: Philip Ternes; Theresia Ternes. Children are of Hieronymus and Apollonia.<br />
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Source;  Sr. Philomena Marte</p><p>Ternes, Marte, Ziebart</p><p>124a_page-097.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-097.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Rear, L-R: Sybilla Marte, Appolonia Marte, Kaspar Marte, all siblings to John Marte, herein.  <br />
Front, L-R:  Lucia nee Marte Kuss, wife to Peter Kuss, herein, and sister to John Marte, herein; <br />
Julianna nee Ziebart Marte, wife to John Marte, herein; Peter Kuss.  All are of Prelate, SK, Canada.<br />
<br />
Source:  Sr. Philomena Marte</p><p>Marte, Ziebart, Kuss</p><p>124a_page-100_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-100_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Chapel in St. Joseph&#039;s Catholic Cemetery, German cemetery, in Krasnoje, Ukraine, <br />
formerly Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia. Photo taken 1996.<br />
<br />
Source: Theobald Speicher</p><p>124a_page-102.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-102.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>The so-called &quot;Monday&quot; or &quot;Güls&quot; chapel located in the German cemetery in Krasnoe, Ukraine (formerly Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia) and the stone memorial dedicated to the Germans who lived in Krasna from 1814-1940. The chapel was built by Dimitry Bratan of Krasnoe, Ukraine.  <br />
The child is a Ukrainian child who locks the chapel each day.  Taken 22 July 1996.<br />
<br />
Source:  Margaret nee Ternes Cremer</p><p>124a_page-109.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-109.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Chapel and stone memorial plaque erected in the German cemetery, 1993-1996, at Krasnoje, Ukraine (Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia), to commemorate 125 years of residence of Germans in Krasna.  Paid for by members of the Cultural Circle of Koblenz, Germany.<br />
<br />
Source:  Max Riehl, 1996</p><p>124a_page-123.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-123.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Front of &#039;old&#039; German school in Krasnoje, Ukraine (formerly Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia).  <br />
It stands next door to the new Ukrainian school.  Taken May 1997.<br />
<br />
Source:  Mary nee Leintz Bueling</p><p>124a_page-126_top.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-126_top.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Memorial to Germans who lived in Krasna from 1814-1940. Located in German cemetery, <br />
next to chapel, in Krasnoje, Ukraine (Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia).  Taken May 1997.<br />
<br />
Source:  Mary nee Leintz Bueling</p><p>124a_page-128_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-128_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Johannes Harsche, born 27 Dec 1896, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, died 27 Feb 1937, Fort San Qu&#039;Appel, SK, Canada, buried Sedley, SK, Canada.  21 years old in photo.  <br />
Parents:  Phillip Harsche and Marianna Bonogofski.<br />
<br />
Source:  Marie Harsche Langlois</p><p>Harsche</p><p>124a_page-136_bottom.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124a_page-136_bottom.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>R: Albert Baier, of Arzis, Bessarabia, Russia, husband of Hulda nee Dux, also of Arzis. <br />
They are the parents of Lilli nee Baier, who married Simon Wuithschick. <br />
He was born in 1921 in Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia. His parents were Thomas and Pelagia (Herrmann) Wuitschik.<br />
<br />
Source: Maria Wuithschick</p><p>Wuithschick</p><p>124aa_page-009.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-009.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Thomas Wuitschik, born 1883, Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia, <br />
married Pelagia nee Herrmann, parents: Lorenz and Thekla (Fahnrich) Wuitschik. <br />
Photo taken 1960 in Germany.<br />
<br />
Source: Maria Wuithschick</p><p>Wuitschik, Herrmann</p><p>124aa_page-015.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-015.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>St. Vincent Catholic Cemetery, rural Raleigh/Brisbane, Grant County, ND, USA. Jack Blotsky, fabricator of cemetery sign. <br />
He is son of Joe and Marianna Susanna (Tischmak) Blotsky. Parents of both were born in Krasna, Bessarabia, Russia. Cemetery holds many born in Krasna. <br />
Sign design by Ted J. Becker, cousin to Jack. Ted&#039;s mother, Julianna &quot;Julia&quot; and Jack&#039;s mother were sisters. Erected 2006.<br />
<br />
Source: Ted J. Becker, herein</p><p>Blotsky, Tischmak</p><p>124aa_page-026.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-026.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>Maximilian Söhn Hof in Krasna, Bessarbia, Russia, circa 1939<br />
R-L: Maximilian Ternes, born 1905, Krasna, parents: Zachaus and Barbara (Müller) Ternes, married Magdalena Söhn. <br />
Man, 3nd from R (in front of window): Maximilian Söhn, born 1898, Krasna, parents: Anton and Valeria (Materi) Söhn, married Theresia Ternes, herein. Magdalena and Maximilian were brother and sister. <br />
On the horse on the right side: eldest son of Maximilian and Theresia, Johannes, born 1925 in Krasna. <br />
On horse in the middle: Phillip son of Maximilian and Theresia, born 1926 in Krasna. <br />
On horse on L: Alexander son of Maximilian and Theresia, born 1934 in Krasna. <br />
Lady, 3rd from R: Valeria (Materi) Söhn, born 1876, Krasna, parents: Peter and Magdalena (Leinz) Materi, married Anton Söhn. <br />
Lady, 4th from R: Theresia (Ternes) Söhn, born 1903, Krasna, parents: Wendelin and Eufenia (Fahnrich) Ternes, married Maximilian Söhn, herein. She is holding their daughter, Hilda, born 1937 in Krasna. <br />
In the house in the foreground were 4 rooms, where Valeria Söhn, herein (wife of Anton Söhn) lived with her family. <br />
In the house in the rear were 3 rooms, where Maximilian and Theresia (Ternes) Söhn, both herein, and family lived. <br />
One half of the house (Hof), foreground, was used for family living quarters; the other half for horse stalls, cow stalls and sheep pens. The garden was in the back of the lot. The geese coop, well and animal watering trough is in the foreground, center, front and rear.<br />
<br />
Source: Olaf Schelski</p><p>124aa_page-042.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-042.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This was a garage in Cobadin, Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. Formerly it had been a grain mill, the Rösner and Kraus Mill, built in 1928. <br />
Cobadin was founded in 1880.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-044.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-044.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This was an Orthodox church in Faclia (formerly Fachria), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. Formerly, it had been a German Evangelical Lutheran church, built in 1896. <br />
Fachria was founded in 1876.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-045.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-045.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This building in Constanta, Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania, was owned by the Casa de Cultura Germana (House of German Culture).<br />
This photo is post-restoration. It had been the German &quot;Erhardt School&quot;. It was restored in 2002. It was built in 1901. <br />
Constanta was established in 1883.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-046.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-046.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This building, in Constanta, Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania, was owned by the Casa de Cultura Germana (House of German Culture). This photo is <br />
pre-restoration. It had been the German &quot;Erhardt School&quot;. It was restored in 2002.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-047.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-047.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This restored building was an Orthodox church in Viile Noi (formerly Neue Weingärten), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. It had been a German <br />
Evangelical Lutheran church, built in 1940. Neue Weingarten was founded in 1892.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-048.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-048.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This restored building was an Orthodox church in Viile Noi (formerly Neue Weingärten), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. It had been a German <br />
Evangelical Lutheran church, built in 1940. Neue Weingarten was founded in 1892.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-049.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-049.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This bell tower, in Schitu (formerly Mangeapunar), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania, was all that remained of the German Catholic church. The town was <br />
founded in 1837.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-050.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-050.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This building was an Orthodox church in Albesti (formerly Sarighiol), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. Formerly, it had been a German Evangelical Lutheran <br />
church, built in 1905.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-051.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-051.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>2005.  This church was an Orthodox church (restored) in Lumina (formerly Cogeala/Valea Neagra), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. <br />
Formerly, it had been a German Catholic church, built in 1908. The town was founded in 1881.<br />
<br />
Source: Erhardt Fraymayer</p><p>124aa_page-052.jpg</p><p><a href="/_detail/alles/apk-1a/124aa_page-052.jpg"><img src="/lib/plugins/photogallery/images/details_page.png" alt="Show details page" style="width:24px;height:24px;border:0;"></a></p>
  • <p>1996.  This church (St. Anthony) was a Roman Catholic church in Mihail Kolganiceanu (formerly Karamurat, formerly Ferdinand I), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. <br />
The church was built in 1897-1898, by the Catholic residents of Ferdinand I/Karamurat. In 2005, it was being restored. Ferdinand I/Karamurat was founded in 1876. 	<br />
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  • <p>2005.  The interior of this Roman Catholic church in Malcoci, Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. The church was not in use. It was built in 1882-1902. <br />
The town was founded in 1843, and was the first town in the Dobrudscha/Dobrogea region founded by Germans.<br />
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  • <p>2005.  This church was an Orthodox church (restored) in Lumina (formerly Cogeala/Valea Neagra), Dobrudscha/Dobrogea, Romania. Formerly, it had been a German Catholic church, built in 1908. The town was founded in 1881.<br />
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Photos from Bessarabien · Examples from over 5,000 pictures

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