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Miks' Pics "Vintage Architecture" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/vintage-architecture/

Miks' Pics "Vintage Architecture" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/vintage-architecture/

Blue spiral staircase - abandoned European castle

The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World

Eerie and beautiful. That there are such places in the world is a wondrous thing, indeed.

Eerie and beautiful. That there are such places in the world is a wondrous thing, indeed.

Deterioration — Trespass on private property to document what happens to abandoned houses/buildings overtime.

Deterioration — Trespass on private property to document what happens to abandoned houses/buildings overtime.

I love abandoned architecture, there is something so elemental about the reclamation of buildings by nature

I love abandoned architecture, there is something so elemental about the reclamation of buildings by nature

top one is Denbigh Hospital. The forked corridor and the mortuary is High Royds. The yellow and black striped "hazard room" is an art installation at Deva Asylum. The forked staircase is St John's Hospital Lincoln. The dentist's room is Cane Hill.

Abandoned mental asylum.

top one is Denbigh Hospital. The forked corridor and the mortuary is High Royds. The yellow and black striped "hazard room" is an art installation at Deva Asylum. The forked staircase is St John's Hospital Lincoln. The dentist's room is Cane Hill.

Abandoned palace in Kopice Poland - The Palace itself is in Kopicach called the "water Palace" because it was surrounded by three large ponds. The palace was visited by the richest and most famous aristocratic families from all over Europe. Played here, politicians, princes, artists and warlords. The castle belonged to the Schaffgotsch family until 1945 when the second world war changed everything...

Abandoned palace in Kopice Poland - The Palace itself is in Kopicach called the "water Palace" because it was surrounded by three large ponds. The palace was visited by the richest and most famous aristocratic families from all over Europe. Played here, politicians, princes, artists and warlords. The castle belonged to the Schaffgotsch family until 1945 when the second world war changed everything...

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