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English: Mural of Mar Thoma I, located in the southern wall of the nave of the St. Mary’s Orthodox Church, Angamaly, Ernakulam District, Kerala, India, presumably above where Mar Thoma I is entombed.[1]
Deutsch: Erzdiakon Thomas Parambil, der sogenannte Erzbischof vom Coonan Cross Schwur
Date
Source Webportal Nasrani http://nasrani.net/2007/04/14/munnu-noyambu-marth-mariam-church-kuravilangad/
Author zeitgenössischer Künstler

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