St. Peter Church near Tanas

The small church has been built in 1769 next to the still visible ruins of an even older one. The cemetary is still in use today. Beyond the cemetary walls you have a view towards the Vinschgau Valley and the towns Eyrs and Tschengls.


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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: SLT-A77
Exposure Time (sec): 1/800
F-Number: 7.1
Focal Length (mm): 8
Lens: Sigma 8mm/F4
ISO: 100
 

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