This 100-Year-Old Abandoned Church Was Transformed Into A Colorful Skate Park
May 23, 2016
The Church of Santa Barbara in Llanera, Spain, was built in 1912 but some years later it was abandoned.
Recently it was rediscovered by a group of skaters, who immediately saw the church's potential as a place to skate.
Now called Kaos Temple, or simply La Iglesia Skate, the church's benefactors include energy drink company Red Bull and online donors, who contributed more than $25,000 to the project.
The church was painted by artist Okuda San Miguel, known for his brightly colored geometric art inspired by graffiti.
(h/t) architectural digest.
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