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    The history of this place goes back to 1677.
    Nowadays it is left abandoned for 11 years..
    Pots are still standing on the shelfs, waiting on what is going to happen.
    Probably they will be standing there over another 11 years also...

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    nice shots, very classy...hard to believe that those pots have stood un-distrubed for 11 years, but then again this is an overseas post...have chavs travelled that far yet???

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    Fabulous old pottery. Love the wooden barrow and the last pic, especially. :)
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