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    Yes this will get your attention

    Old studio the produced pinup's and porn shots for magazines, as In 1969, Denmark released as the first country in the world pictorial pornography, among other things, should be seen in light of the fact that two years earlier in 1967 had released the pornographic literature. Porn release got Denmark internationally known for its liberalism.
    Know this palce is slowly left to roth light is still on in some of the rooms but allot of stuff been damaged by the lack of heat....















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    BEWBS

    The breasts are nice but I would have liked to see more of the building

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    ^ +1
    Would be interesting to see more of the room or an external shot. But such an unusual find :)

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    Thats different :)
    Why go through a door when there's a perfectly good window?
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    Interesting find, was it a few rooms or a whole building ? Thanks for sharing
    If there is a fence round it then it must be worth looking at !

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    Its like 10 different rooms filled with all kinds of gear for making and showing film.....It a basement so no external shots...this place is a time capsule hard to shoot ...

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    Nicely done sir! Some lovely shots, cheers for sharing.
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    Ooer missus!! This is rather good...
    YOU AINT SEEN ME... RIGHT!!

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    What's above it? I'm wondering why it's stayed like this lol.

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    Amazing,great photos! more please.

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