Now we all knew the pharmaceutical business is doing good, but nevertheless, did not see this coming. What you see in the photos below are the interiors of an office building located in Harbin, northeast of China and belonging to Harbin Pharmaceutical Group. According to Daily Mail, the building consists of three levels of offices and three more floors that are dedicated to a print museum belonging to the state-owned pharmaceutical firm. The interior decorations feature gold-tinted walls and chandeliers, reminding one of the lavish Palace of Versailles built by Louis the Xiv-th. It is no wonder that the publication of these photos in China caused outrage among the citizens that have homes next to the building and who believe the money would have been spent better in solving the factory’s sewage problems. We will let you be the judge of the facts presented in this article, as well as the aesthetic reviewer of the interiors below.
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Pharmaceutical Factory In Harbin Said To Be The Chinese Version of Versailles
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