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Italy Villa M. (visited 05/2016)

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The majestic villa was built by a rich count in the 19th century.

In recent decades, flooring, inventory, roof tiles and door frames were stolen.

 

 

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Lovely colours and well taken mate. One of the places I want to see if I venture to italy.

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Oeeh really nice ceilings and also the exterior shot. Must have been beautiful. Like the contrast with the white walls and red ceiling. 

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Amazing looking place :) 

 

Great detail in that stonework and liking the hairy legged dude playing a flute :D 

 

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