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|Dixie Square Mall in Harvey, IL. The mall scene in "The Blues Brothers" was filmed here. The mall was out of business at the time and was fixed up specifically for the film. It has been closed ever since. See www.dixiesquare.com for history and pictures inside of the mall in it's current state.||12/26/2005||498|
|Ideapark is a shopping mall in Lempäälä, Finland. The mall was built on a greenfield site along the Helsinki-Tampere motorway. It was opened for business on December 1 2006|
The mall has a total floor space of 104 000 m2. It is the largest mall in Finland.
|The Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is currently owned by Majid Al Futtaim (MAF Holding). It is currently the largest shopping mall in the Middle East.|
|The first mall built in Bucharest, Bucuresti Mall houses more than 70 stores, 20 restaurants, a supermarket, a children's play area, an 82-ft fountain, and a 10-screen cinema.|
|Eastmont Mall, Oakland. CA|
Built on the site of a former General Motors Assembly Plant.
This mall also has a full size McDonalds, with drive-thru, on the rooftop parking lot.
|The proposed expansion of the Roseville Galleria mall has grown to include more stores, thousands of new parking spaces, the enlargement of a third department store -- and possibly the addition of an upscale supermarket.|
Well, you can't beat progress. This is a cool looking mall in northern California near Sacramento.
|Mosaic Mall is a great mall in Yokohama.6-floor building included many shops and restaurents. The 6th floor is open until 3:30pm.|
|El Paso's most elegant mall, located on the west side of El Paso.Sunland Park Mall is a 2-level enclosed super shopping center.||06/15/2006||452|
|A large mall located in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada.||06/20/2006||252|
|Here's a mall that's a bit tilted due to the terrain feature, although the customers don't seem to mind considering the number of cars in the parking lot.||06/29/2008||700|
|Bristol's major shopping mall||01/11/2006||232|
|This is the mall where George A. Romero filmed the infamous 1978 horror flick "Dawn of the Dead."||09/16/2005||659|