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Location DB > Netherlands > Zuid-holland > Boskoop > Flora
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created by IIVQ on 10/17/2008 6:00 PM
last modified by IIVQ on 10/17/2008 8:31 PM
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Building of unknown function with a large, empty factory hall. The factory hall is structurally unsound (but not unsafe).
 Basic Information
Type: Building
Status: Abandoned
Accessibility: Easy
Recommendation: not very exciting
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Parklaan 4
Boskoop, Zuid-holland
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  •  Hazards
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  •  Interesting Features
    Nice factory hall. As-yet unexplored but more promising buildings (see web links)
     Security Measures
  • fences
  •  Historical Dates
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    Closed: 0
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    I don't know much about the history of this building. Appearently it once was a "flora", which mens it has something to do with the omnipresent flowerindustries, however I couldn't find out the exact function - it might've been a flower auction house.

    Later is was a company called "mulders" and probably a sports school.

    It has a renovation sign up for at least 5 years, but nothing much seems to have happened.
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     Future Plans
    It will be renovated, according to "daantje-maantje" it's butt-ugly. However, as nothing seems to have happened in 10 months 5 years, there might be financial troubles.

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    Fri, Oct 17th, 2008
    posted by IIVQ
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    Fri, Oct 17th, 2008
    posted by IIVQ

    Main hall
    Fri, Oct 17th, 2008
    posted by IIVQ
     Web Links gave me the hint that this was in fact a flora building. Later it was the so-called "mulder building" and I think it housed a sports school.
    and : other explorers having done this building

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    This location's validation is current. It was last validated by Opheliaism on 10/18/2008 1:29 AM.

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  • on Oct 18 08 at 1:29, Opheliaism validated this location
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:32, IIVQ made this location public
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:31, IIVQ made this location available
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:31, IIVQ made this location available
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:30, IIVQ updated gallery picture The Straight story
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:28, IIVQ updated gallery picture Traffic jam
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:27, IIVQ updated gallery picture Amstelveen lift bridge
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:26, IIVQ updated gallery picture Tower
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:25, IIVQ updated gallery picture Outside
  • on Oct 17 08 at 21:25, IIVQ updated gallery picture Last rays of sun...
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