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Janovas, Inner View of the Church
Spain

Have a look inside the romanic church of Janovas. I invite you to watch the yellow walls still standing up, and the rest of paintures decorating them. There, inside the ruins, you can feel the silent claims of Janovas people. These panoramic pictures are my respectful tribute to the people (death or alive) who suffered the nonsense decisions of heartless politicians.

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