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Report - Yangtorp, The abandoned Temple, Sweden - November 2012


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Yangtorp in southern sweden. Was built around 2010 as a meditation centre. (don't know exactly the years and dates) Swedish celebrities such as Abba-Frida was involved and "sponsored" the construction as was said. She on the other hand, considered it as a loan to the dude who tried to build it. And we all know what happens when you do business with people that just doesn't see thing the same way. Bankruptcy. In 2012 it went out of business. Or the money ran out and construction stopped. And of course Abba-Frida wanted her money back. About 30 million swedish crowns. About 240000 gpb? And of course the monk who was in charge didn't have the money.. Don't know where he spent the money though. The whole temple was not built correctly. In 2014, the monk who started the project managed to get some more money and started to rebuild the temple. Don't know its state today, but i heard that its coming along fine and have opened for business again. But these are only rumors, haven't seen it for myself. Well on to the pics. Only exterior as the place was under heavy security.. Due to copper theft.