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This abandoned porcellain manufactur was founded at the end of the 19th century. It produced until 1974 when it went bankrupt and finally folded.

 

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vor 3 Stunden schrieb jones-y-gog:

I'm wondering out of curiosity has it been unused/abandoned since 1974?

yes, it's been out of use since. according to the local press it will be converted. this would explain the Romainan watchdog I met last time.

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