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0272 20110714 Villa Goerlitz Jungenbad
Germany
Eine seit längerer Zeit leerstehende sehr prachtvolle riesengroße Jugenstilvilla in Görlitz. Das Haus wurde im Sommer 2011 als Filmkulisse für einen Kinofilm genutzt, währenddessen die Panoramen entstanden. Ein Badezimmer im Obergeschoß mit Duschen, wahrscheinlich für Jungen genutzt wegen der blauen Fliesen. In einem Nachbarraum befand sich noch ein kleineres Bad mit rosa Fliesen... Weshalb allerdings so viel von der Wand abgeschlagen wurde, ist schleierhaft. Wahrscheinlich ein mißglückter Versuch einer Renovierung.
Copyright: Mike Weidner Www.Panomorph.De
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Taken: 14/07/2011
Uploaded: 28/08/2011
Updated: 17/09/2014
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Tags: villa; goerlitz; jugendstil; verlassen; leer; holteistraße; park; fabrikantenvilla; geisterhaus; filmkulisse; lore
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