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English: The altar art of the Italian chapel of Orkney To paint brickwork where no brickwork exists; to establish grandeur in a Nissen hut; to produce something positive when your life is at its lowest ebb; the Italian prisoners of war achieved it all here in Orkney.
Date 18 July 1994
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Author Des Colhoun

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58° 53′ 23.51″ N, 2° 53′ 20.46″ W

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