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This big complex closed down in 2006, with almost 3500 seats in 15 différents cinema room.

Now it's a 21,515 square meters ghost town. The building is in poor condition.

The business was managed by a Chinese billionaire.

But he had some troubles with the justice and has few years in jail.

Inside, the temperature was around 40 degrees.

And unfortunately the cops caught us, before we visited the whole area.


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A bit different that! I like the roof :) 

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9 hours ago, hamtagger said:

A bit different that! I like the roof :) 

 

Thanks a lot ;) I had some great time here.

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Ah man this is so cool, I always think Dawn of the Dead when I see an abandoned shopping mall :D 

 

:comp: 

 

 

Edit: Just realised this isn't a mall.....but it looks like one!

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This place looks awesome, shame you didn't see all of it but you got some great photos. 

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2 hours ago, The_Raw said:

Ah man this is so cool, I always think Dawn of the Dead when I see an abandoned shopping mall :D 

 

:comp: 

 

 

Edit: Just realised this isn't a mall.....but it looks like one!

 

Ahah ! I was thinking about Dead Rising game ! :cool:

 

1 hour ago, jones-y-gog said:

This place looks awesome, shame you didn't see all of it but you got some great photos. 

 

Thanks a lot ! The place was trashed, easy to acess.. So we felt a bit inconfortable. :eek:

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On 21/03/2017 at 1:05 PM, xclementx said:

 

Ahah ! I was thinking about Dead Rising game ! :cool:

 

 

Thanks a lot ! The place was trashed, easy to acess.. So we felt a bit inconfortable. :eek:

 

Yeah I know what you mean, the more easy access the less relaxing! 

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