Tracery

What a lovely spare garden, which I found on the blog Defiant Gardens. [Please click on the link.]

This chapel was built by Italian prisoners of war held at Lamb Holm, on the Orkney Islands, Scotland, during World War II.  It has been preserved and can be visited today, but lawn has replaced the simple parterre.

Read more at the website Undiscovered Scotland, which has photos of the interior of the chapel.

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