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  1. I do not know anything about this building complex, but I will say that the middle section (with the arched false/former window openings) appears to be at risk of collapsing. While all of your pictures show it, the final one emphasizes the bulge and inward lean of the front facade, especially compared to the adjacent two buildings, which remain plumb. There are tie-rods running through the front facade, but if they have nothing left to anchor to, then they do not do much good. I consulted on a historic church with a similar problem; the repair work was expensive and difficult.

    • That makes sense, as that is the section of the building with no internal structure remaining as visible with Google Satellite images.

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