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Detroit
Detroit
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Detroit
DetroitA reputation for crime, poverty, and abandoned buildings, today’s Motor City is so much more than its unflattering stereotypes. Detroit has experienced somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, attracting artists and entrepreneurs looking to make their mark on a city that is constantly reinventing itself.Though many of the city’s most dilapidated buildings still remain, they’ve become an attraction for those looking to learn more about Detroit’s fascinating history. This series showcases a collection of photographs from an abandoned Roman Catholic church and school, as well as a former DaimlerChrysler Research and Innovation Office.
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