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Old prison hotel, Oxford
England

The old jail in Oxford has been converted to quite a luxurious hotel. I the main hallways you still get the feeling how narrow it was but a normal room today is made up out of 3 former cells; 2 for the room and one for the bathroom. 

They kept all the vaulted ceilings and cast iron metal works and in basement they left one of the cells unconverted to show the difference.

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