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Evening all,

On our run of countries visited this year, one of our trips on the way to see Budzludzha saw us visiting a few other locations.

Pretty much in the same condition as the mig school but the sheep were using the ground floor.

Not much left and had to be really creative with what was left.

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Thanks for looking in.

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A really nice place! I also like the black&white one, as well as the photo with the slides on the floor.

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