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Hello urbexers,

 

We once again had a trip to Belgium, and had a visit at the so called Agnus Dei(church)

We had a great time filming and shooting pics here!

 

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That's nicely done, a real shame to see the inside of the chapel looking like that though, doesn't look so photogenic any more :( 

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A shame, how the church looks now. Fucking graffiti sprayers!

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