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The Beaubourg center

The Beaubourg center

Localization: Paris - France.

Destination: Le centre Abraham ŗ P‚hry.

Discovered by: Unknown.

Ferryman: Joseph Abraham - deceased.

Status: Closed.

Means: Passage.

Notes:

   There exists many places supposedly having passages. This simply based on the similarities of the buildings in our world with a building on the obscure continent. With the instar of the law courts of Bruxelles, the Beaubourg center in Paris has its architectural double in the town of P‚hry: the Abraham center. This center would have mysteriously emerged from ground at the firing of Joseph Abraham for high treason. If the reasons of the judgment of Joseph Abraham remain obscure, it seems that thereafter he would have been rehabilitated and the mysterious center would have been dedicated to him. After a first rejection due to architecture out-standard of this building, it would have been then adopted by P‚hrysiens.

   Of our dimensioned, no case of Passage would not have been identified and if Joseph Abraham seems to have been a ferryman of this place, its abrupt death seems to have ever closed the passage right after having revealed it in the obscure world.