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St Ilie Chapel
Banat

Saturday May 21st, 2011 was a good day Fotovest meeting when we've met, took pictures, exchange ideas and had lots of fun.


In the afternoon I had the chance to revisit a Greek-Catholic Monastery where father Jose Vela gave us a "grand tour" with explanations and answers to whatever we asked. It was really wonderful, considering the fact he came to mission in Romania from the United States and in fact he is representing a religious denomination that originates from here. The hourse spend together flew like a charm and I hope we'll have the chance to meet again soon :)

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