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Italy Blue Chapel, Italy - September 2016

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Carrying on with the Italy bits - this was an extremely beautiful we visited on our last day. It was a flying visit as we were kinda short on time, but it was nice to get it done. There were other parts to this abandoned monastery, but we focused on the chapel. It seems the vandals have just moved in with a little bit of graff on the floor, but nothing to major - hopefully it stays that way. :D

 

 

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As always, thanks for looking!:thumb 

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This is one of my fav abandoned chapels, always like to see this one. Looks great, but a shame about that graffiti on the floor.

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