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The last few days I travelled through Saxony, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt to  visit some spots I always wanted to see.  One of those places was Hotel Atlantis and its beautiful decay.



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Although a well-known place, but absolutely not boring to look at your photos of it. On the contrary.

You've managed to take some very good shots. In particular I like the pics #8 and #18, but also the others from your set. 

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How that light in the first shot survived Ill never know, looks like its made of glass. Im in complete awe of the fabrics and wallpapers in this place! Its like 50's heaven ?


Thanks for sharing, really liked it :thumb 

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