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Belgium Chapelle des Anciens, Belgium - Oct 2014

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Another installment from the Jupilerrrrrr tour with Baron and Mega Magpie Masa von derp.

This small chapel in part of a old hospital was a fairly simple and quick visit, there were workers there taking stuff out, but believe the place has since been demolished!

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Many thanks for looking!

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You certainly hit up some great locations on this road trip.

Ive always loved the look of this place and have to say you have captured it so well :D

Good ro see mate and thanks for sharing :D

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Now this was unexpected looking at the exterior picture. Goes to show how you shouldn't judge a wolf in sheeps clothing right.

Beautiful!! I love it!!

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