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Vilhelms Bokslafs (German: Wilhelm Ludwig Nicholas Bockslaff) (October 12, 1858, Riga - March 9, 1945, Poznań) was a Baltic German architect in Riga. He is considered one of the most important representatives of eclecticism, the neo-gothic and Art Nouveau. He is noted in particular for his construction of churches.
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