7 Cheaper Than Restoration

Cheaper Than Restoration

Posted on November 21, 2013 by team

If houses have not been restored for a long time and don’t look good, there is a cheap and fast way to solve this problem.

Location: Suzdal

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7 Responses to “Cheaper Than Restoration”

  1. Osip says:

    Can someone explain to me why they do this?

    • Mike Talino says:

      Because to a federal inspector who is being skillfully distracted while driven from the airport to a local public administration office this looks from a distance like a real well maintained house, which saves some local administrations asses.

  2. Tutan Camon says:

    My whole life was a lie..

  3. KT315 says:

    Nothing new. A Potemkin villages

  4. A-Star says:

    Another one Potemkin village for Vladimir Putin, this time in the Suzdal city. We have money for most expensive Olympic games in history but we have not money for necessary restorations.=(

  5. Mandea says:

    Is this a movie scene or what? Otherwise it is disgusting, this is no way to treat old houses. Not even the Americans would conceive this :)

  6. pridurak says:

    I think these printed tarps were actually intended to hang off scaffolding during restoration of historic buildings. It is less of an eyesore than the blue or green nets they use to keep falling objects from hitting people walking by, like in this pic: http://www.journalofcommerce.com/images/archivesid/43586/160a.jpg
    But using them to hide a dilapidated building in stead of a proper restoration is just stupid.

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