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Welcome to the Grand Hotel S. which was built from 1840 to 1842. It closed its doors in 1999 and is abandoned since. 



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I really like the look of this place, pic 4 is stunning! Love that balustrade. A little bit of everything and really untouched too :thumb 


Pic 20 isn't showing properly mate, if you can't fix it drop one of us a PM and we will sort it for you :) 



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vor einer Stunde schrieb Urbexbandoned:

I really like the look of this place, pic 4 is stunning! Love that balustrade. A little bit of everything and really untouched too :thumb 


Pic 20 isn't showing properly mate, if you can't fix it drop one of us a PM and we will sort it for you :) 



sry, did some processing and updated on Flickr only. Now it's displayed again properly..

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