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Deep in the woods of the Italian mountains I visited this small chapel. Due to an eartquake it is no longer accessible and abandoned. Although the chapel is really unimpressiv from the outside the beauty of the still existing interior makes it worth to be shown here.


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Nice little church, I like it. Good to see that the candle holders, etc. have not been stolen yet, as in some other Italian churches.

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vor 8 Stunden schrieb hamtagger:

Cool little place, thanks for sharing to the forum :) 


(I've moved it over to short reports for you)

thanks, I wasn't sure

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