It was built when concrete was a brand new material, and they did it with respect. The structure they created looks like a church, that speaks of great craftmanship. The building itself with the fences and indoors electric elevator system (1906) looks stunning to those who like the architecture of the industrial era. Practical aesthetics. Follow the locals and eat yummi local food for really low prices. Take a walk on the first floor enjoying the spaciousness of the building.
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