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Janovas Romanic Church
Spain

This church is the only building standing up at Janovas. Though it is almost in ruins, it still has its roof, the walls, and it is possible to see rest of painture at the inner walls. Proud and brave, the church challenges the power of money and rejects to fall down as many other buildings. Get into the church... and watch the roof, the walls, the rests of paints over the walls, and...think about it... there is a pano picture available.

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Uploaded: 26/09/2011
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