Evil looking, indeed.
It’s allot less evil during the day, I used to go on school trips
Nah that's just Xi Jinping's summer home
Literally the Eye of Sauron
It looks like the China CITIC Building in Tianhe District. On normal days it just looks like a big tower with a wireless router antenna on top of it.
I hope you weren't caught in the big rain a few nights ago. That weather was crazy.
Hey, at least there's some variety. Over at /sub/cyberpunk we only have shots of Tokyo at night and pixel art. :(
You are forgetting rain. 50% or more with rain at least.
What about the bionic women shooting some laser gun and riding an obnoxiously big bike? Literally every other post
H3 for the win
I don't see what dishonesty has to do with it, but this is a cool tunnel
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Not sure this looks evil at all. I think it's actually pretty beautiful. Is this an actual building somewhere, and if so, where?
Well it looks pretty at first, until you notice the giant eldritch tentacle inside the building
Leeza Soho building in Lize Financial Business District, Beijing. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leeza_SOHO
It's like Horror Movie Scene
Actual, they hace more tourist than you may suppose. The have special Hotels where all the Tourist are brought to, so they can Control them.
I'm willing to bet the interior is 95% unfinished. They built a hotel in a country that has almost no tourists.
Yes. You are also not allowed to travel on your own. The Government is hirering a "guide" that is driving the car, and is visiting the country with you. You also need his permission to take photos and stuff. So they say that is all to help and support your trip, but they are just controling you and are frightend for secret agents for sure. You can see natives, but you will never talk to them
Dunno.. i didn't go there. Just talked to People who did. But forgot asking for the price
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The Krestovsky Stadium, officially Saint-Petersburg Stadium, is a retractable roof stadium in the western portion of Krestovsky Island in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which serves as home for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg. The stadium was opened in 2017 for the FIFA Confederations Cup. Initially, it was planned to be completed by December 2008, which was changed to late 2011 and changed again numerous times until it was scheduled to open in 2017. At a cost of over $1 billion, the stadium opened 518% late and 548% over budget.The stadium has a capacity of 67,000 people. It is called Saint Petersburg Stadium during the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup and 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Holy fuck that is a fuckton of money
ACK! ACK! ACK!
It probably had a large "discretionary" portion of the budget.
Its built like it is confirming any suspicions that it is indeed watching you.
So, it's a giant, ugly mess of a hotel overseeing a giant, ugly mess of institutional poverty?