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Spain Villa magnifica (visited 07/2016)

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Built by a count and industrialist in the early 20. century. The Villa included flat and offices.

Below the mansion is a church. The path to it was rocky and overgrown with thorny bushes. Unfortunately the church was nearly completely in ruins.

 

My insight: +40°C are definitely too hot for a nine-day tour. :D

 

 

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I love this place, it's special for me because was my first exploration years ago. Nice set ;)

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