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    Default Abandoned textile factory in northern Italy


    Somewhere in Northern Italy, between gates and walls, there stands this abandoned textile factory.

    Once a very well known company with export all over the world,
    but as many other textile factories it has to close its doors due to heavy competition from Asia.

    More pics at the website.

    Enjoy.....


    Gr, Bart
    www.urban-travel.org

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    That's a fabulous factory, bartje. I love the mediteranean feel of these explores in Spain and Italy. Great windows and doors and really like the machinery. :)
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