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    Default Villa Leo De Rossi, Italy - September 2016


    Another stupidly hot day and a long walk up a hill in the wrong direction didn't set us off to a great start, but we persevered*and before long we were stood outside this beauty. Another villa in a very sorry state, but it certainly makes for some nice photos. :D





























    As always, thanks for looking! :D


    I'm probably not in the UK right now..

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    Wow - that is amazing! Great stuff mate, another epic find. Thanks again!

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    What a shame this place is going to ruin but it must have been outstanding in its day.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    F*ck me! What a place! Rrely I use that language but this place, and that set of photos deserves it.
    Simply awesome, reports like this are why a lot of us get into this hobby at all.
    Thanks for sharing mate. :)
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    Much too good to be left to rot, Nice One Squid, Thanks
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    Beautifully captured Jack!! :)

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    Nice place i know it as Villa 1967, did you not visit the basement, was the best part when I was there.

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    Whooaaa what a place! Amazing shots!
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