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Italy This Is The End, Italy - September 2016

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So this was on the home leg of my Italy tour, and one i'd definitely been looking forward to doing. We weren't able to do this early due to time constraints, so we went for it on a sunny afternoon. It's situated in the back part of a graveyard, and the lady in the flower shop conveniently placed by the entrance. She knows what we do - so trying to act as inconspicuous as possible we wondered through the entrance, and took a fast walk to the restricted buildings to get our shots. We didn't spend too long inside, but it was one i was glad to visit. :D

 

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As always, thanks for looking!:thumb 

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That is rather lovely. Would love a pic of ya bank account after all that traveling lol. Really good stuff m8ty. I'm incredibly envious ov everywhere you been good on ya.

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