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  1. Who thought I'd manage to post an entire set! This huge cotton mill was operated by one of the most important Italian textile companies and was abandoned in 2002. There are actually very few details available on this particular site's history, as the company initially started production in a nearby city and gradually acquired new plants. Although some of the buildings have been damaged by the rain and by (more than one) fire and despite the easy entrance, several mannequins, spools, paintings, printed textile samples, original drawings and who knows what else are still there untouched - quite surprisingly if you ask me! I plan on going back there soon as a half-day exploration was barely enough to cover half of the buildings! The infirmary: If you'd like to see the whole set, you can find it here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/neurojuice/albums/72157666964381081

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