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Only Lovers Left Alive - 5 Places to See in Detroit

Only Lovers Left Alive - 5 Places to See in Detroit

Admit it, Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive" is a very charming film. The story of two vampires, Adam and Eve, living in Tangier and Detroit was very attractive. So yeah, in case you're in Detroit and love "Only Lovers Left Alive" definitely take this movietrip! Only Lovers Left Alive - 5 Places to See in Detroit

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The West Jefferson Bridge

W Jefferson Ave, Detroit, MI, United States

Adam and Eve are crossing the historic The West Jefferson Bridge, build in 1922 over the Rouge river. Go check it out too!

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Jack White's House

4828 Howard St, Detroit, Michigan, United States

Adam shows Eve the childhood house of Jack White from the White Stripes.

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Michigan Building

220 Bagley Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, United States

Michigan Building,a former Michigan Theatre, is a now a car park in Detroit. Adam says: "This is the famous Michigan Theatre. It was built back in 1920 with huge some of money"

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Fox Theatre

2211 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, MI, United States

Opened in 1928, Fox Theatre is one of the largest theatres on Detroit. Eve is passing by Fox Theatre on her way to Adam's house.

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Queen Anne house on Alfred Street

82 Alfred Street, Detroit, MI, United States

This the house where Adam (Tom Hiddleston) lived. Try no to bother anyone there at night..you know..just in case!

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