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And old 18 century house with had a bank function.The building is stripped of all furniture an will probably be renovated in some future.

Needed to be a little bit inventive to gain access to this one. But later I was all alone, with the only sound coming from the people in front of the building.

 

 

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Cool place and nicely shot too :thumb Check you out with the 50's props :P 

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Very nice place and quality shots. The stucco and the deposit boxes are great.

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