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Abandoned Swimmingpool | by Eus Driessen photography
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Abandoned Swimmingpool

At the end of the 19th century there were already plans to build this pool but the build started in the First World War to prevent that residents were employed in factories in Germany or ended up in the German war industry. In the twenties was the pool open for the citizens were they could wash themself to prevent diseases cholera. Rich people enter at the front and poor people could enter the pool at the back of the building. The pool was built in Neorenaissance style.

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Taken on April 1, 2012