Colonnes du cellier de l'abbaye de La Lucerne - France
Copyright: Pascal Moulin
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Taken: 25/07/2012
Uploaded: 20/05/2013
Updated: 22/05/2014


Tags: la lucerne; abbaye de la lucerne
  • Shawn T. Moore almost 2 years ago
    Pascal very Cool . Looks like the ceiling could cave in at any minute.
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