'EuroVegas' Complex Planned Near Madrid : News Photo

'EuroVegas' Complex Planned Near Madrid

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MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 10: Unemployed Domingo Alcazar, 56, cuts a piece of 'chorizo' inside a hut on his allotment which is situated on the site for the proposed 'Eurovegas' complex on February 10, 2013 in Alcorcon, near Madrid, Spain. Domingo, who is unemployed after having worked previously in the construction industry, lives on the allotment because he cannot afford to pay standard accomdation rent fees. Controversial plans have been given the go ahead for the Las Vegas Sands Corporation to build Europe's biggest casino and conference centre on the outskirts of Madrid bringing thousands of much needed jobs for the Spanish economy. As multi billionaire investor Sheldon Adelson's announced his plans protestors were claiming that the 36,000 room hotel complex would bring gambling addiction, criminal activity, prostitution and environmental damage to the area. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)
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MADRID, SPAIN - FEBRUARY 10: Unemployed Domingo Alcazar, 56, cuts a piece of 'chorizo' inside a hut on his allotment which is situated on the site for the proposed 'Eurovegas' complex on February 10, 2013 in Alcorcon, near Madrid, Spain. Domingo, who is unemployed after having worked previously in the construction industry, lives on the allotment because he cannot afford to pay standard accomdation rent fees. Controversial plans have been given the go ahead for the Las Vegas Sands Corporation to build Europe's biggest casino and conference centre on the outskirts of Madrid bringing thousands of much needed jobs for the Spanish economy. As multi billionaire investor Sheldon Adelson's announced his plans protestors were claiming that the 36,000 room hotel complex would bring gambling addiction, criminal activity, prostitution and environmental damage to the area. (Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)
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