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    Default H15 prison France: April 2014


    A large prison in France that closed in 2011.
    It had space for 1500 inmantes and supposedly its split into male and female sections however I am not fully sure if this is a fact.
    There was quite a bit of graffitti here and I think some of it added to the location.

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    Thanks for looking, i tried to show a different side to the prison here. If you want to see the more obvious shots check out H15 on my website.

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    great report and stunning photos well done

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    Love a good prison, great shots :)

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    Nice shots indeed, your 2nd to last and last shots I have never seen photos of those from 15H before. And I agree, the graffiti adds to the location imo.

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    Absolutely love the railings on the first staircase.

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    Love this place...would like to see it for myself someday - nice work
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    Beautiful metal work on the staircase,great shots here and on your web site.

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    Great pics darbians, interesting location this!
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    Thanks a lot peeps. I thought it be nice to show a different side to the prison.

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    That really is beautiful in its peeling / authoritarian state!
    Fantastic photos as usual, thanks for sharing :)
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