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Thread: Pelegrin Hotel, Kupari, Croatia, PART FIVE

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    Arrow Pelegrin Hotel, Kupari, Croatia, PART FIVE


    This place looked so futuristic and then off set with the gaping shell holes in it made it my favourite:-

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    View from outside



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    Shell damage



    Well that's all folks..... (I have a load more photo's but didn't wish to steal all the bandwidth :))

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    I've seen plenty of 'good explores' on here but never seen anything from buildings which have been made derelict through war. The shell damage on these pictures gives a kind of erie undertone and makes you wonder just who is waiting around the next corner.

    Great job of recording these buildings and I really like the shot of the foliage as well as the one of the blasted out windows with the beautiful blue water and hillside in the background.

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    Beautiful vacation! To spend two weeks ...

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    Ooh, I missed this the first time around as I was off the forum for a few months. Superb stuff, Stesh. What an explore, eh! :)
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