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Perti, Sant'Antonino abandoned church, 12th century crypt
Liguria, Italy

The upper church was rebuilt in 1889 after the 1887 earthquake. This romanesque crypt below dates back to 12th century. The hole that opens in the rear wall leads to a small cave, explored by speleologists.

Copyright: Alessandro ugazio
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10620x5310
Uploaded: 12/08/2011
Actualizat: 16/08/2011
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Tags: romanesque; crypt; finale ligure; perti; castrum perticae
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