Abandoned factories Greece
• Greece Abandoned factories
The crisis in Greece has not passed unnoticed. Mass layoffs, rising unemployment and the collapse of the industry. As a consequence - a huge number of closed and abandoned factories. 30% of industrial production lost Greece and now it look like empty buildings of the Greek refineries.
Abandoned food plant for the production of olive oil in Elefsina in Central Greece.
On the dirty marble floor of the factory is abandoned book accounting. This plant was closed in 2006. City Larissa, Thessaly.
Broken "Accounting" marble plaque with the inscription on the dirty floor. Larisa, Thessaly.
An abandoned textile factory near the town of Larissa in Thessaly.
A rusted gates of an abandoned textile factory. Previously, every morning through the gates to the plant were hundreds of employees.
In this old faded photos - Plant for the production of oil in Elefsina in Central Greece.
The walls of factories became a gathering place for street art artists. Textile factory in Larissa, Thessaly.
Poppies on a background of deserted, completely dismantled factories.
In some plants still have the equipment, partially disassembled.
On the floor of an abandoned factory, you can find old documents.
Abandoned granaries backdrop of Mount Olympus, near the town of Larissa in Thessaly. The landscape at the same time fascinating and depressing.
Another abandoned factory in the industrial zone of the city of Thebes in central Greece.
And it destroyed metallurgical plant. The roof of the plant is completely destroyed. The factory is located in the industrial zone of Sindos in the center of Macedonia.
Through the mountain of garbage abandoned factory breaks plant life. The plant near the city of Xanthi in Thrace.
The sign factory, closed in 2011. Kavala, Thrace.
Graffiti inside an abandoned factory. Xanthi, Thrace.
Food factory, closed in 2009. Xanthi, Thrace.
Next torn from a textile factory logo. Thebes, Central Greece.
Calendar 2000 next to the destroyed electronic panel. Spinning factory in Larissa, Thessaly.