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Andy

Spain Iglesia sin Sacerdote (visited 07/2016)

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An abandoned church somewhere in the nowhere of Spain.

The door was locked. But in the village I found the holder of the key, who allowed us the visit and taking pictures inside.

 

Due to the language barrier (he spoke neither German nor English, and I don't speak Spanish) we couldn't talk; and also in the web I found no historical information about the building.

Therefore, I don't know when the church was built and since when it's abandoned.

 

 

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Shot 6 is awesome mate, but that bird in the last shot has seen better days lol :D 

 

Nice place cheers for posting :)

 

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Thanks. Was a relaxed exploration. With the exception of the spiral staircase - very tight, very high, and sweating a lot at 40°C. And at the end: Nothing to see, only a low roof above me...

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