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Old Posted Mar 1, 2018, 6:35 PM
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Awesome photo thread, as was the last one. I absolutely loved the idea of moving a farmer's market into an above ground parking garage. I think Edmonton could benefit from doing the same thing.

It's a really cool idea - lots of North American places could benefit from something like it I think, especially on weekends when downtown areas quiet down.
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I don't consider Hillbrow is a dangerous area. It's looking good, clear blue sky, sweet air to breathe freely, historical buildings, skyscrapers, nice people smiling and saying hello each other...why dangerous and infamous...blame on fake news and media.
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why is it called the city of gold? Either way... these are nice photos. thank you for sharing.
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