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Chateau des Singes 04/2013

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Chateau des Singes 04/2013

A wicked location of the beaten track only took a few shots here spent most of time chillin and having a beer ........looks like another location that has had work undertaken but not completed

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thanks for looking Oldskool & Cloaked Up

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What beautiful stairs, and a very pretty building in general, I bet t was magnificent in its day. Cracking pics Mr M. Thank you for sharing

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I removed the Flickr links at the bottom of the pics to make it look a bit tidier :)

Great set of pics OldSkool, stunning location!

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