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Explore #173: Palace of Columns, Poland – May 2016

I hope you all like my slightly newer and improved blog! This is my first post in many months due to lots of other personal commitments and a need to upgrade this site to add more storage space. My ace brother in law has been an absolute superstar in doing all the technical behind the scenes work needed not only to make that happen, but also to give the site a revamp in the process – thanks Mark! Right, down…

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Explore #172: Ballhaus K, Germany – May 2016

Explore #12 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Our final stop in Germany before crossing over into Poland was this extremely decayed building – I’m afraid I don’t know anything about its history, but judging from its codename and the large downstairs stage I gather that it was formerly some sort of a community centre / dancehall / ballroom. Our Explore It was a dank and rainy morning when we arrived near this location – luckily the only bad weather…

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Explore #171: VEB Strömungswerke, Germany – May 2016

Explore #11 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ Next stop on our roadtrip were some rather special stairs… History (translated, abridged and rewritten from here) VEB Strömungswerke was an East German ‘flow works’ manufacturer which designed and built jet engines for the aviation industry, including the first German passenger jet. After reunification production continued until the early 1990s. The large production complex was built in the post-war modernist style between 1956-58. Building number 64 was the former dining house for…

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