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Information about the Paragon is rare. The old 5-Star Grand Hotel closed in 2007 because of decreasing number of tourists visiting the small town somewhere in the nowhere of the Italian mountains.

 

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Such a shame what has happened to the grand hall with the graffiti. I do love those paintings in #6 though. Some fantastic photos as usual :thumb 

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Pretty cool place really, if you hadn’t of said it was a hotel I’m not sure I would have guessed personally. Has more of a hospital ring to it, see stuff that reminds me of west park in the UK.

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