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3 times is a charm!! Finally could leave my footprints in this beautiful university. A big part has been really trashed and decayed but the main admin building is still in great shape. Hope you will enjoy my pictures! :)

 

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15 hours ago, Urbexbandoned said:

6, 8, 10 & 16 are awesome! Really nicely covered mate. :thumb 

 

Thanks! 16 is one of my own favorites as well!

Ohw and uhm...don't know if "mate" refers to the male version of me? :-D

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1 hour ago, SecretsToYesterday said:

 

Thanks! 16 is one of my own favorites as well!

Ohw and uhm...don't know if "mate" refers to the male version of me? :-D

 

'Mate' can refer to male or female, @Urbexbandoned is also female by the way :) 

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You have captured that place very well. It's interesting to see the different kinds of decay inside.

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