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Issue 21/2009, October 23 2009 (No. 296)

Entrances of big car dealerships

        
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The internationally acting car industry is one of the most powerful branches of the economy in Germay. This might is also reflected in imposing buildings of their dealerships.

  I photographed some of these almost intimidading buildings in Bremen.

In order to get attuned please take a look at this photograph of the company grounds of a used car dealer.

  The lodge with the signboard doesn't appear intimidating.

a partial view of a big car dealership
The picture shows a partial view of a big car dealership.

  Please note the entrance in shape of a turret.

a huge canopy in front of the entrance of a big car dealership
There is a huge canopy in front of the entrance of this big car dealership.

  The vanishing lines at the right-hand side show the size of the building.

The front of this car dealership appears like a wall made from oversized stones.
The front of this car dealership appears like a wall made from oversized stones.

  Please note the curved lines.

a big hall where cars are washed
This picture shows a big hall where cars are washed.

  Passersbys can partially watch the activities.

the sidewall of a long building of a car dealership
This is the sidewall of a long building of a car dealership.

  The flags emphasize the impressive size of the wall.

The entrance of this car dealership is surrounded by a big portal.
The entrance of this car dealership is surrounded by a big portal.

  This portal is reminiscent of gigantic ashlar rocks.

a part of an extended canopy which is in front of the greater part of the façade of a car dealership
This phtograph shows a part of an extended canopy which is in front of the greater part of the façade of a car dealership.

  The building would naturally look less prestigious without that canopy.

This photograph show the size of a used car center.
This photograph shows the size of a used car center.

  The pillar in the middle is almost a military standard.



Please also read
Various views of a big industrial plant in a suburb of Bremen

Pictures of the main entrances of the town hall and four tall bank buildings in Bremen

Please also read Charlie Dittmeier's report about vehicle taxes in Cambodia. The report is dated 27 January 2005. The link leads to the latest entry of the diary. Please scroll down.

The international poster organisation Loesje has started a project to train young people from all over Europe and Asia in how to organise and coordinate information campaigns about the Millennium Development Goals.

 

These goals are set by the United Nations to fight poverty and to improve living standards world wide.

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