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Detroit looks beautiful even in ruins!


Detroit in ruins: the photographs of Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre –

Ruins of Detroit: United Artists Theater in Detroit

The ruined Spanish-Gothic interior of the United Artists Theater in Detroit. The cinema was built in 1928 by C Howard Crane, and finally closed in 1974

Ruins of Detroit: East Methodist Church

East Methodist Church

Ruins of Detroit: Michigan Central Station

Michigan Central Station

Ruins of Detroit: Offices, Highland Park Police Station

Highland Park Central Police Station

Ruins of Detroit: Michigan Theatre

Michigan Theatre

Ruins of Detroit: Vanity Ballroom

Detroit’s Vanity Ballroom with its unsalvaged art deco chandeliers. Duke Ellington and Tommy Dorsey once played here.

Ruins of Detroit: Waiting hall, Michigan Central Station

Michigan Central Station, waiting hall.

So sad but so eerily beautiful.

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