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Other Church with frescoes (visited 08/2016)

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I discovered this small, but beautiful church while browsing the satellite images of Google Earth.

It was built around 1850 and was in use only about 100 years. The church was abandoned by building of a new and larger one, mid-20th century.

 

 

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23 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

Bloody hell how did I miss this, and more to the point how has everyone missed this?! Beautiful photos Andy!

 

Thanks! :) 
I was happy to find this one and to be able to visit it inside - nearly 1,900 km from where I live.

 

But seemingly abandoned churches are not among the favorites in the forum. Anyway, I like them very much.

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7 minutes ago, Andy said:

 

Thanks! :) 
I was happy to find this one and to be able to visit it inside - nearly 1,900 km from where I live.

 

But seemingly abandoned churches are not among the favorites in the forum. Anyway, I like them very much.

 

Amazing find! Think I need to start experimenting with Google earth a bit more :) 

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22 minutes ago, The_Raw said:

 

Amazing find! Think I need to start experimenting with Google earth a bit more :) 

 

I search a lot with google photos and google earth. And in this way I've already found a lot of abandoned places. So it's worth it.

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