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Italy Chiesa Gialla (visited 05/2016)

Built in the second half of the 18th century, abandoned for about 60 years now. 

 

The church is part of a manor house, which is also abandoned. 

 

 

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Stunning roof work, it's held up nicely after 60 years empty! :) 

 

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Thanks! :)  

 

About until last year, this place was quite unknown. And right next door are neighbors with a dog. I think these are also reasons why it's still well preserved.

 

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Omg the first one is stunning !!! I did see some pics, but nothing like this. Really nice :thumb

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Superb! Love that ceiling

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