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A 4 star hotel than left to shine, was used as a presidential suite shelter for Muammar Gaddafi in past.

Today, is one of the firts stops for sirian citizens trying to enter Europe. Welcome to Jerma Palace Hotel.

 

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FULL REPORT: http://the-lostsouls.blogspot.com.es/2016/02/jerma-palace-hotel_8.html

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Well thats a bit different!! I normally like graffiti to stay where it belongs in the streets but you can't help liking that 3D effect of the quacker in the last pic, and to be honest i like the other two pieces too :)

 

Poor one-eyed cat though :(

 

Cool report that mate :thumb 

 

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