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Do you know a place called Cracco, near Matera?
Well, this place, fantastic, is a village perched in the hills of the beautiful and amazing Basilicata, southern Italy, where Mel Gibson turned, for his film The Passion of Christ, the hanging of Judas Iscariot.

In the sixties, the old town has experienced an evacuation that made him a veritable ghost town. However, this phenomenon has helped make particular the village of Craco, that this feature has become a tourist destination and a movie set for several films.

Et voilà Cracco, en todo su esplendor!

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Printed on Premium Semi-Gloss Photo Paper - Epson gr. 250

Cracco, Italy 2016 (2016)

$262.86

  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 30
  • Size: 27.56 × 18.37 in (unframed)
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