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Inside St Mary's Church in Obidos, Portugal
Portugal

Inside St Mary's Church in Obidos, Portugal. A beautifully tiled and painted Church in the old town of Obidos - a very picturesque spot in this beautiful country.

Copyright: Michael Zander
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Uploaded: 17/11/2009
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