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Church of Sprinkange, Luxembourg
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The church of the tiny town of Sprinkange on an early summer's morning. The church is dated from the year 1661. If you turn 180 degrees in this panorama, you'll see an abandoned farm that appears to be popular with urban exploration photographers of ruins, the Luxembourg version of Haikyo Photography, I guess. 

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Uploaded: 14/07/2013
Updated: 03/09/2014
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