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A seminary in France that was later used as a medical centre and with a beautiful chapel! I think it closed within the past decade. 

 

 

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The church looks very nice, but also very clean. I like more the rooms with the peeled paint and wallpapers, as well as the corridor with the light that passes through the windows on the floor.

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