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UK Calvaria Baptist Church, Wales Feb 2017

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A place that I had wanted to see on my last Welsh excursion but the unfortunate ankle injury obtained whiolst exploring another site put paid to it was this beautiful chapel deep in south Wales.

 

Well I say beautiful - it is - but it is absolutely saturated in pigeon poop and stinks to high heaven. I think I shortened my lifespan by a good decade being in here. It was a great feeling to tick it off though and get another Welsh chapel under my belt.

 

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Thanks for looking :)

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