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The well known FDGB Mooskombinat - a nice, rotten relict of the German Democratic Republik. Once a holyday home for members of the union, lastly a Chinese food delivery service.



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Very nice set. Hmm, did someone mow the table in pic 22? ;)  On it was once more moss & fern, I think ... 

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