Transience of Man
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One of the largest and most controversial works of art in the Flannish Cities, "Transience of Man" built 21 years ago as a collection of a dozen houses and apartment blocks, painted brightly and ready for inhabitation… only to be left completely unoccupied as a monument to the transience of humans and all their works. Today, the buildings are almost completely overgrown with ivy and weeds, and only the footpaths leading through it from other parts of Parkhausen are well-maintained. Signs warn against entering the buildings as some have become unstable and partially collapsed, but many people will go there anyway - especially children playing amidst those artificial ruins. Occasionally homeless find shelter here during the night, only to be driven out again by the guards.

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