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Italy Chiesetta di T. (visited 11/2015)

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I found the ruins of that chapel, located at the edge of fields, while searching on Google Earth. Because unable time and to far away from the day-route, it wasn't possible to plan it into the daily program of the tour. So I've decided to visit it at night and to take the pics with long exposure or with lighting by torch.

From the outside, the chapel was very unimpressive. Nothing really special, but inside a dome and pillars arches could be seen.

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