I remember when this beautiful colonnade was filled with stores and bustling with activity. Now it is an empty shell having been bought by foreign investors, it's future uncertain. I do hope that demolition is not part of the plan as it is an incredible example of Jugenstil architecture of the the early 20th century. One can still gain entry through one side (there are two entrances, one is locked up) and admire the splendid details. There are enough architectural treasures here to fill a museum but here you can see it in it's original, though tired, splendor for free. Folks, this is real eye-candy for those who love interesting architecture. Don't miss it.
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