4.3.08

21st District Office

21st district amthaus

25 February 2008

This is the 21st District's Office where registration, passport applications, and government subsidy applications are filed. I was here just last week to register my son in a kindergarten. The building is rather old and has undergone a number of renovations but the facade has been preserved making it look so classic.

But inside, the features will show its age even if it has been refurbished. The doors, windows, floors...even the partition and the smell (lol) reeks of oldness. But never mind that, the residents are friendly and willing to help, thats what matters.

inside ma10


14 comments :

  1. I love those pendant lamps. I have 2 in my dining room but can't seem to find anymore cos I want to replace my corridor lights.

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  2. They are attractive right? And really bright...But aren't they hard to clean edwin? =D

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  3. awesome photography! I'd love to visit Vienna. Such history there.

    btw you must have set the date wrong. It shows April 3 rather than March 4!

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  4. Hi Kitty! Thanks...also for pointing out the date...that must be the reason why my photo isn't showing on the portal lol- I was used to the day/month/ format =)

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  5. Big difference between the outside and the inside. I looks like the administrative area of an old hospital, kind of... :)

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  6. Lol...thats just about it Fenix. The reception is like that but inside is pretty neat and well-organized.

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  7. Thanks for your comment on Blogtrotter and tip on how to make pictures larger. I'll check it!
    Loved the blue sky on your post!
    Gil

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  8. Hi Gil! hanks for coming by...that link was not so big yet, use what you think is best for your photos. =) Good day!

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  9. Beautiful photos! I love the tone in the second one, in particular.

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  10. Vienna is home to amazing buildings!

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  11. Thanks George...I took a shot it seeing the same thing as you do- Good daY!

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  12. Amazing yet old Sidney...but stark...I hope our buildings in Manila are like them...especially those ones that needs to be preserved.

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  13. it looks really similar to the government offices in Budapest!

    Budapest Daily Photo

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  14. Really proves that our countries used to be one Zsolt. =)

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