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In Sion, Switserland; Basilique de Valère

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This well preserved church stands on top of the mountain in Sion, Switserland. It's a pitty that it's been preserved so much; in some parts of the church the floor is covered with wood so you can't see the original floors. It ruins the charm of the original church. But this part you can see most of the original church.

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