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City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Friday, February 16, 2007

Termoelektrana

I was well out of the order not showing you the entrance of Tuzla before and here we are.
Now you are graced with a bleak winter photo with Tuzla sign. First in the background you see a vegetable green house and than coal burning power station – Termoelektrana.
Lets face it, it does look pretty ugly and it’s not environmentally friendly, but that’s were Tuzla gets electricity from. It started working 1963 and by the end of 2006 produced 100.256.294.000 kWh of electricity.

Have a nice week – end.


7 Comments:

Blogger photowannabe said...

Interesting to have the power plant and the vegatable green houses right next to each other. It doesn't seem too enviornmentally friendly to me either, but both are very important.

16 February, 2007 01:08  
Blogger Kate said...

It does look a bit bleak, but what would you do without the power plant? Pretty necessary. Good photo!

16 February, 2007 02:40  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

to me buildings like this are always a bit frightening. Like when you drive to Vienna from the east first you can see is the huge oil industry.

16 February, 2007 08:10  
Blogger Olivier said...

cela donne une impression de tristesse...mais il faut bien se chauffer.


that gives an impression of sadness… but it is necessary well to be heated.

16 February, 2007 14:53  
Blogger Kala said...

It is great that you know all that information! I thought it was a nuclear powerplant at first - ugly or not, its an essential facility for Tuzla, so its good that you have posted this =)

17 February, 2007 21:03  
Blogger ahmed said...

i visited your site n was good enough then othere site that i visited last month



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12 April, 2010 15:09  
Anonymous pharmacy said...

That is one cool picture, too bad that the place is so dangerous.

12 September, 2011 18:59  

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