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    Very nice pool and theater
    I liked it. :de
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    Grundig International 100,7FM by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr



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    Entrance for kings(2) by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Entrance for kings by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Stage by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    The pool by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Pool without water by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    composition of lights by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    The low board by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Heros of the 50s by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Left or right handed stairway by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr

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    Urbex Nederland - One year by heeftmeer.nl, on Flickr


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    Great find as usual heeftmeer! Good stuff
    Aversos Compono Animos

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    I hate looking at your posts, they make me feel inadequate. Amazing!

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    Photo Number 5 for me..... Stunning work!!

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    Fantastic photographs, I love the production on them

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    Amazing place,thanks for sharing.

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    Wow!! Those pics are fantastic!
    sqwasheress

    Want to see my pics? ...
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/freebird_ubx/

    or check this out
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/urbex_uk/

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    is that a swimming pool in a mosque or am I not getting the translation right? Great pics again!
    Veni, Vidi suum custos canis admorsus meus culus...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeJF View Post
    is that a swimming pool in a mosque or am I not getting the translation right? Great pics again!
    No its no mosq but the tiles are in that style so they called it piscine de mosq. Its a theater and a swimmingpool.

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    Nice pics. Interesting TV show! ;-)
    No signature due to chronic lack of imagination, creativity and wit.

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