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Explore #199: Happy World Theme Park, Yangon, Myanmar – November 2016

History (rewritten and abridged from here and here) The park opened in 1997 to great fanfare in a lavish ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by the great and powerful in Myanmar’s military dictatorship and even the Japanese ambassador, whose country supplied the rides. State media called the park “a recreation centre for the people”, with “world class… modern games”. Not to be confused with the other ‘Happy World’ park in Yangon which is still in operation, this Park closed under mysterious circumstances…

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Explore #198: Circle Industry cement factory, Italy – October 2016

Explore #11 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ The final explore of our trip was a relaxed wander around the remains of a large abandoned cement factory… …we began with James deploying his finest fencing-hurdling access skills… …the view of the valley and lower parts of the cement works… Two huge milling / mixing pipes… I climbed inside a discarded section of milling pipe – it was hot, dusty, dark, and there was at least one angry hornet nesting further…

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Explore #197: Villa Pesenti, Italy – October 2016

Explore #10 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ On the final morning of our trip we managed to squeeze a couple of quick explores in before heading to the airport. The first was this abandoned villa with a unique and beautiful outbuilding… History This villa was owned by the Pesenti family, which in 1864 founded what later became the sector-leading Italcementi producer of cement and other construction aggregates. By the 1920s the company had grown to a 12-plant and 1500-employee…

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