Belgian Photographer Shows Abandoned Places From All Around Europe (25 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       14 Sep 2020       2079       5 GALLERY VIEW

French castle in total decay

Abandoned greenhouse
"Why didn’t the owners take the books when they left this house?"
Abandoned castle in France: Nature has slowly taken over the place.
“A couple of months ago I visited this beautiful abandoned mansion in France. The architecture of this building was so amazing!”

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“One of the most beautiful theaters I saw in Italy. It had been abandoned for many years.”

"This beautiful room was abandoned for several decades. Time stood still in this villa. The kitchen cupboard was full of food, while the wardrobes were filled with clothes. Where did the owners go?"

“Don’t let the bedbugs bite you. One of the most dangerous houses I’ve ever climbed in.”
"If walls could speak: an abandoned dictator’s villa in Portugal."
"This piano could no longer bear its own weight."
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This synagogue was completely abandoned in 1994.
“I think their favorite color was green.”

Abandoned amusement park in Germany

Abandoned spa resort somewhere in France

Huge abandoned castle

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“I found these old hearses in an abandoned monastery in Italy.”

The smallest room in a big abandoned castle in France
“I love to photograph churches. Especially those that are covered with dust.”
“I found this bedroom in an abandoned house somewhere in Italy. The only thing I didn’t understand was why they had an IKEA bed in this room.”
This power station was taken over by nature.
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This beautiful Art Nouveau building overlooks the sea. After a part of it collapsed, the villa was completely abandoned in 1998.

This complex was supposed to be turned into a resort. The project stalled due to economic difficulties.
This 19th century castle has been deserted for several years now.
A church with a green carpet
“Sometimes we freeze to death when we explore abandoned places.”
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Onnie 9 month s ago
#5, More please.
       
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Humey 9 month s ago
Onnie,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uH5sSRX0mQ
       
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Max 9 month s ago
#3 Maybe they became incapacitated in some way and had no next of kin?
       
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Pernetta 9 month s ago
#15 Castle? Nope, not even close.
       
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Aleva 9 month s ago
Without humans to keep it at bay, nature would consumer all eventually.
       
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