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Thursday, September 14, 2006

New MUP facade




Continuing with buildings undergoing renovation today I present you with work in progress on the Ministry of Internal Affairs building.

On the right hand side of this building there is an attached building where you could get a passport, driving licence, identification card… oh, now they're issued in the building of the main post office. So you know just in case.

6 Comments:

Anonymous John said...

Hey Jazzy, make sure you put Melbourne on your list if you are actully travelling to Australia.

Do all your buildings have glad wrap on them ?

14 September, 2006 01:07  
Blogger Juggerpix said...

Was this building that gray color before? This was definitely a change for the better.

The sculpture is interesting (and don’t tell me that is just a piece of construction equipment!).

14 September, 2006 06:12  
Blogger Kris said...

thanks for the info..er..it will be useful i'm sure ;D

14 September, 2006 08:44  
Blogger ~tanty~ said...

When the renovation is finish, don't forget to post the new look of the building :)

14 September, 2006 10:48  
Blogger Kate said...

I hope the finished product has colours as lovely as the buildings on yesterday's post. Saran wrap!! Pretty funny!

14 September, 2006 14:29  
Blogger Jazzy said...

thanx all for following my new facades series =)

John - yea most of them have glad-saran wrap around them hehe

Juggerpix - yes most of the buildings were dark gray and damaged form the recent war so the mayor is really doing a great job by giving a new colorful face to the city canter.

Hehe that's a memorial monument, glad you like it.

Tanty, Kate - we'll keep you posted =)

15 September, 2006 02:28  

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