Vief

Italy The Yellow Curtain Villa - May '16

That's amazing! What a beautiful building :) Particularly like that shot showing the base of the curvy stairwell through that open door in image 3 :thumb 

 

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Completely awesome place and shots! That staircase is amazing.

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Beautiful photos, and the staircase is probably the most wonderful I've ever seen!!

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Thank you all! I'm very happy with the results.  The staircase isreally beautiful. 

 

About picture number 3. I saw that later on my computer. One of my favourites. 

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Great set of a fantastic place. Was there also in this year Mai. :D 

Have you also visited the abandoned church of this villa?

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On 14-12-2016 at 1:51 AM, Andy said:

Great set of a fantastic place. Was there also in this year Mai. :D 

Have you also visited the abandoned church of this villa?

 

Thanks! You mean the chapel I think. 2 friends did, I didn't. It was too noisy so I stayed in the main place.

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23 hours ago, Vief said:

 

Thanks! You mean the chapel I think. 2 friends did, I didn't. It was too noisy so I stayed in the main place.

 

That's a pity, was a nice one. You can see my photos of the chapel here: 

 

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Any history about this amazing building.great find and pictures thanks for sharing x

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Wow! Thats beautiful! It's hard to focus on one thing at a time, the ceiling, ironwork, curves. It has it all :thumb 

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