Okay then, here is another picture from the wall of the apse of the church.
See, you go into the church. One door is gone, the other hanging half off. A hole in the roof lets light in. You can hear birds in the rafters. A lot of the stained glass windows are blown out. There are pews still along the nave, but some of the floor is torn up, although some of the floor is solid and stone. There are rows of columns in pretty good shape on both sides, and past them, along the outside walls, there is panel after panel of giant paintings, on massive sheets of metal.
No, not paintings. Photographs.
Is that water?
Yes, that's water.
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