The easter sunday ended to an unfinished & abandoned (again, why the hell do they even start?) apartment block in Poznan. The block has an interesting past; in the seventies they decided to build one block of flats in the middle of a field. So they started to build and already had finished the sewering, electrical works, windows and outeriors as it was decided not to be used. And there it stands - as the ski jumping tower of Hämeenlinna - an ode to stupidity.
The oddity of the building was the third floor. It was surely something I had never seen before: it was built completely without windows or any holes to the outside world. What the hell is the meaning of this floor? Member T must have a theory, but instead I'd like to know why it was really built. The layout of the floor is the same as in the upper floors. Utterly strange.
(T, I took revenge for the Lonkero picture)