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A crucifix amidst the cornfields
near Mureck[?] in rural Styria, Austria

The crucifix is a principal symbol of the Christian religion, though primarily used in Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Anglican circles. A crucifix is distinguished from a cross by the presence of an attached figure of Jesus Christ.

See: Christian cross

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