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Czech Republic Kostel z manželka (visited 12/2015)

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I found this church during my search on Google Earth. Fortunately, I was able to enter.
 
The church was built in the beginning of the 18th century, earlier was here an older church from the 14th century.
The church was abandoned in the 1950s, it was spared from looting and theft.
 
 
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To think it has lain undisturbed for so long! The features are beautiful and the natural decay makes for amazing photos

 

12 hours ago, Andy said:

I search a lot on Google Earth & with streetview and I also found many places there. :)

 

I must spend some time doing this too   :comp: 

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