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Oh stunning, we need to see more of this epic place! I would just love to see this place, it's on my list :)

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Some cool shots but please would like to see a few more posted as two images is too few.

Thanks for sharing Snail :D

Come on give me some more :thumb

Here Here! Stop teasing us ;)

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Yes, that kind of places is really peculiar, there're very few of them.

Right beneath Paris, there are quite a lot of galleries, (called catacombs, but are just quarries)

There's also an 'official' set of Catacombs, which is legally accessible (and with a charged entrance). But there skulls seem to be plastic, for being so white and clean.

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