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Unfortunately, I don't know anything about the history of this former cinema.

Access was very easy. Inside, there were a few nice things left. And a poor, mummified cat.

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Hooismans said:

Really nice place, did you also visited the one of the many cotonificio in that area?

 

No, I rarely visit industry. During the ten-day trip I visited only abandoned churches, mansions, cinemas / theaters and so on, no cotton spinning mills or any other industry.

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Thats real nice Andy, REALLY like the first shot! Also like the mummification you found there! Its like he just laid down to die.  Looks like a really nice place and the decay has set in nicely :) 

 

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