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Italy Blue Chapel -- June '16

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One of my favourites during our trip through Italy.

A beautiful chapel and when the sun shines you see the beautiful colors inside, it makes you speechless...

 

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Thank You!  I'm very happy that I had the change to visit this beautiful place ^_^

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