Will its old glory be brought back?

Posted: April 9, 2010 in Architecture
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Abandoned Building
A well-known abandoned building in front of National Museum, Phnom Penh.

An Old Building
The lighted view of the building from outside.

Comments
  1. Samphors~* says:

    Do hope it will be brought back. Loving the building. Doubt whoever own, why don’t they turn it into a little hotel or restaurant. Such a great location.

  2. tumnei says:

    The guard there said it is currently used as a storage. When I was there, there are cars parking inside. Hard to believe why they cannot see its potential!!

  3. YeNG says:

    The look in the 1st pic can be made into some sort of “haunted house” like the one in Disney Land.

  4. Phossdey says:

    No, I was told it was owned by UNISCO … sth like that😀 I don’t reckon such a great building would be easily turned into something when everyone agree it is priceless. If you know what I mean!

  5. tumnei says:

    @ Yeng: does thie building look scaring to you? heehe

    @ Phossdey: Another building not far away from it is the office of UNISCO. I used to hear a rumor that FCC has bought the building, but it has never been confirmed.

  6. Phossdey says:

    So did I get this one wrong?😀

  7. sovathary says:

    I’m into colonial buildings, they’re classic, maybe I have the picture to introduce in my own blog?

    Well, in VN, all the buildings are much mightier than here, I admire them for taking such a good care, although we didn’t enjoy the moment of French control, but we must keep all these to record our history.

    • tumnei says:

      Yeah it is true there are more well-cared colonial buildings in VN. There are some amazing church buildings in PP too, but sadly they were destroyed during Pol Pot regime.

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