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A very eye catching and intriguing building, such a shame it was never able to be completed! Hopefully in the near future someone will give it the attention it needs and not be left to gather dust for decades
I'm 17 me and my 18 year old brother began to want to explore. This happened to catch our eye on the way in to Benidorm.
It's a beautiful but uninhabited set of apartments that weren't finished. You are not supposed to go inside but...More
This is an amazing building and always get my brain going. I WISH there were tours, I wish it could be utilised. It is certainly not an eyesore as some say but since being built it has been plagued by financial troubles. It has to...More
Reading the reviews of Intempo you would think it was an a abomination on the eye but to me it's the single most unique building to be found in the Benidorm area.
The gold fronted twin towers stand at 192 metres high and there are...More
This hideous, gauche building is nothing more than a blot on the landscape. Although, saying that, the whole of Benidorm (apart from the old town) should be raised to the ground. Travelling past it on the A7, it looks like a giant pair of legs...More
When you comming to Benidorm you cant miss this big tall buildning.
We stayed at the other side of the beach and we wanted to walk close and see it.
Its a strange, empty buildning.But little bit cool tought my doughter.
So yes if you...More
First spotted the structure as we drove along the A7 motorway and have to say it certainly caught my eye - covered in glass it shone in the sun and had a gold aura. Certainly impressive but not sure whether it’s actually occupied - building...More
This building is awesome The structure of it is very good to look at I don't think I could stay that high I would faint But we went on tour to old town and saw some amazing buildings but this tall gold one is the...More