Scheveningen Pier, The Hague, Netherlands (Summer 2014)
After the original Scheveningen Pier was bombed in World War II the Dutch rebuilt it afterwards, but already before the end of the Cold War it suffered neglect and was only shortly relived in the mid nineties only to be abandoned again after 2011. But it still is one of the most photogenic piers on mainland Europe and stands emblematic for a time of economic growth as much as it stands for the following recession.
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