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The sacristy of Saint James' church in Powroźnik has its walls covered by 400 years old paintings. 
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The sacristy of Saint James' church in Powroźnik has its walls covered by 400 years old paintings.
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14th century wall paintings in the church in Niepołomice near Kraków. 
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14th century wall paintings in the church in Niepołomice near Kraków.
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Sacristy of St. Adalbert's church in the Benedictine abbey in Broumov. 
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Sacristy of St. Adalbert's church in the Benedictine abbey in Broumov.

On the ceiling you can see a fresco darkened from the candle smoke; it's the "Melchizedek's sacrifice" by Felix Anton Scheffler. 18th century stuccos were made by a renowned Prague artist, Bernard Spinetti.
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The so-called Old Sacristy of the Meissen Cathedral, Germany. 
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The so-called Old Sacristy of the Meissen Cathedral, Germany.

"The vaulting of the sacristy is carried, as in Auerbach's Keller, by a single pillar. And there, through the small, rusty-barred, ivy-smothered windows of Putzenscheiben, I caught a glimpse, across the Elbe, of red crags and green meadows, and my friend the windmill still spinning eagerly on the sky-line. With a right good will my pfennigs dropped into a box marked „For the Heathen,‶ poor people who could not see such things." (Robert Haven Schauffler: Romantic Germany, 1909).
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Thursday, Nov 2, 2017: On the walls of Palácio da Pena in Sintra, Portugal
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