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Visited this location 2015:

 

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Who would have thought a room filled with loos could be so interesting! Loving the light and all the green :)

Would you be able to add the month and year visited to the title please

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Great pics. I visited it barely a year later than you did, in summer 2016, was a nice place. In addition to the amount of ceramics, I especially like / liked the fern and the moss inside.

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On 3/12/2019 at 10:42 PM, Benjamin W. said:

You mean every stuff is gone now?

 

Yes, empty walls.

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