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Thursday, January 5, 2012

Old Abandoned Villa by Bagdad Street, Kuwait...

 Above and Below: The residence has become almost camouflaged by the, somewhat overpowering, surrounding towers...


 Above and Below: Two of the inner courtyards...



 A (formerly) pink room... 

 Double-decker room...

 A burnt out interior...

 Above and Below: The original ceiling and wallpaper revealing themselves...



 Above and the five pictures below: Magazine cuttings glued to the walls... 







 Cut out patterns...

 Above and Below: Broken mirrors...




3 comments:

Kalpesh said...

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The PrettyGreenBullet Store said...

Tom, you are so lucky to have visited this gem. This morning the area around it was fenced. Gorgeous pictures. Thanks for preserving what is supposed to be a national treasure.

Thomas said...

Thanks G... No problem...

One should visit more of these in the future as there are quite a few truly worthy abandoned buildings around that probably, any moment now (as in the case of the true 'landmark' Al-Salam Building) might now be around tomorrow...