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Colonial-era buildings of Yangon, Myanmar – November 2016 (**Patreon Bonus Content**)

Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) was a British colony from 1824 until 1948 when it gained independence. It was then run under strict military rule for more than half a century until Htin Kyaw took office as the country’s first democratically elected leader in April 2016. Since gaining independence in 1948, virtually no conservation or repair work has been carried out on the numerous grand colonial-era buildings in the nation’s capital of Yangon (formerly Rangoon). Nearly all of these stunning…

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Explore #213: Star Trek Chapel aka Chapelle des Mineurs, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #5 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’. After our epic and exhausting explore of HFX steel works we decided that we would spent our final day of the trip doing a number of smaller and lower key sites en route to our eurotunnel crossing. First up on Day Three was this gorgeous little chapel, which had been on my map for years but I’d somehow never quite got around to visiting – I’m glad I finally did! History Construction of…

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Balcony view Theatre Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea (OM) Théâtre Jeusette Adam X Urban Exploration Belgium Access 2017 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #210: Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea (OM) aka Théâtre Jeusette, Seraing, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #2 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’ with Jeremy, Mark and Tim. Our intended second exploration was a large industrial wasteland, but seeing as this abandoned theatre was right next door it seemed rude not to pop in for half an hour! History The ‘Salle des fêtes d’Ougrée Marihayea’ (or just ‘OM’) is also known in the urbex world as ‘Théâtre Jeusette’. Designed by the Liège architect Georges Dedoyard and built in 1948, it was formerly known as ‘Cockerill Hall’…

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