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DI Kuno Mayer
We at Admont Abbey are very grateful that Mr DI Kuno Mayer facilitated the ‘Mayer Gothic collection’: He is now not only close to Heaven, but, as our Christian faith promises, in Heaven! wir werden Herrn
DI Kuno Mayer ein ehrendes Andenken bewahren. RIP
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