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Ampus, Chemin De Croix
France

Arrivée du Chemin de Croix, construit en 1968. Les céramiques sont l'oeuvre de GEOFF HINDRY, artiste anglais installé au village. Le chemin de Croix (comme l'église) a été restauré par l'abbé VOLPATO.

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Uploaded: 12/05/2013
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