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Monastry of Batalha - Unfinished Chapels
Portugal

The unfinished Chapels of the Batalha Monastry in Portugal. An octogonal arrangement of chapels - but no roof. Daylight inside, still coloured glass windows. Inside a church, but the sun is shining on your head. You can see that this makes people wonder.

Copyright: Michael zander
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Resolution: 11156x5578
Uploaded: 27/12/2009
Updated: 11/09/2014
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Tags: monastry; batalha; portugal; cloister; architecture; cathedral; chapel; unfinished
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