Complete with conical towers and crenelated parapets, this six-story medieval castle of rough-faced concrete block guards the north entrance of the metropolis. Fake stone lions and a porte-cochère mark the entrance to this fanciful hotel complex, which one critic likened to a camouflaged grain elevator.
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