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Old church ruin in Sunne, Sweden.
Sweden

Sunne church ruin remains from 1178 when a battle between christians and pagans took place on the ice of Storsjön. The building of the church was a penalty for the loosing side, the pagans.

Copyright: Ingemar edfalk
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Chargée: 12/06/2011
Mis à jour: 26/01/2013
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Tags: church; ruin; ancient; medieval; christian; old; monument; remains; remaining; wall; pagan
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