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This is the biggest shopping complex in the North East Part of Esotina, also known as Ida-Virumaa county. Anyway, it was opened last Thursday and I just wanted to tell you people abouth the project. First of all it is built in the 3rd biggest city in Estonia in terms of population (approximately 67000). Inside there's also 3 cinema halls with a capacity of 147 and 2 halls with 131 seats. This is probably the biggest attraction since the last cinema in the city was closed around a decade ago!
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Investment:112 million kroon
Construction:August 2005-April 2006
Parking space: over 100 cars
This is the render:


And the interior pictures, not my pics though:








Cinema:




A new style of escalators
 

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chile:I dunno, I never seen them before. Only seen the one that go horizontal, like walk paths!
 

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Gatis: that's not a supermarket, it's a relatively medium sized department store...it's not where you buy food, it's where you buy clothes and staff!
 

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London doesn't have those escalators, they have normal ones, so it's the first time I saw it!!!
 

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Wow. Is that the most eastern located :) escalator in the European Union?

The significance if this complex is probably that it's really close to Russian border and a big contrast for anyone visiting from the other side of the river, the Ivangorod town. Not been there but what can be read from the media, it's quite backwards. Of course, not far away east is St. Petersburg with its many cinemas, escalators, supermarkets and such.
 

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Wow. Is that the most eastern located :) escalator in the European Union?

The significance if this complex is probably that it's really close to Russian border and a big contrast for anyone visiting from the other side of the river, the Ivangorod town. Not been there but what can be read from the media, it's quite backwards. Of course, not far away east is St. Petersburg with its many cinemas, escalators, supermarkets and such.

It is not too correct to compare 70thousand Narva with a 10 000 Ivangorod.
I doubt very much there are any such shopping malls in Estonian cities with the population <=10 000 men.
 
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