Image: Altar piece of Taulumäki Church by Eero Järnefelt

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Description: Altar piece of Taulumäki Church in Jyväskylä, Finland
Title: English: Peter on the water
Credit: Photograph by Antti Leppänen
Author: Eero Järnefelt
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