And here we are at the final rush of our Tour de Force in one of the most fascinating abandoned places of the boundless Roman suburbs; remember that we have already spent two evenings inside what was supposed to be the “City of Rugby” and that instead has become one of the many abandoned places to decay after having glued on it!
Please note that our visit is also not intended to report the financial and cultural violence that are perpetrated behind the defenseless citizens, but has the sole purpose of presenting to the fans of street art, the pieces made within the structure from the street artists.
We resume our journey where we left it yesterday, when we left the gym / hangar; now we are on the lower floor, that of services, every now and then we will have to go out to be able to pass in other environments. Finally, we will go up to the pools and from there, we will go out where we entered.
To ensure that the report of our trip to the City of Rugby is exhaustive, we are forced to present a large package of images; we hope not to bore the visitors of the “FotografiaErrante” project too much. Good vision!
In the drying room: the site’s oldest pieces
The laudry room
one of the many warehouses
Some pieces from 2016
The ramps for the thermal power plant
We now dig in again and we reach the “belly” of this mastodon:
We resurface again to get some fresh air…
…we then rush to the huge parking area to see the only piece present there.
Our journey is about to end, and we now move to the swimming pools.
We now end this journey where we had begun it three days ago, we look around and we see the two watchmen of the place:
Selet e Tadh
in the foreground
To end on a high note, we present here a slice of the 36-hectare park that belongs to this building:
And the thermal and operational power plants of the system
greeting from the City of Rugby