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The Church of St. John the Baptist of Monterosso al Mare, Italy in the Cinque Terre was build between the 13th and 14th century. The belltower was originally built as part of a fortress built by the Genovese in the 13th century and later integrated into the church's structure.
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About the prints: We print exclusively on the highest quality photo paper available on the market. Its archiving ability exceeds one hundred years. All Photo Paper is acid free. For our Photo Prints, we do not use inkjet printers. Instead, we produce Chromogenic Prints, also known as Silver Halide Prints. Our Photo Prints are made using a digital image and developed using a chemical process. Silver Halide Photographic Prints are composed of three layers of gelatin, each containing an emulsion of silver halide (used as a light-sensitive material). The photo paper is exposed to light and in turn, the image is infused into the paper through a chemical process. The resulting Prints have more depth, more vibrant colors, more details in highlights and shadows, are sharper, and are less susceptible to fading/damage as seen with Inkjet Photographic Prints. Inkjet Photographic Prints involve a process of applying ink to just the surface of the paper!
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