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the-gone-ton · 17 hours ago
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Everything Must Go
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urbanrelicsphotography · 6 months ago
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MANOIR DE L’ANTIQUAIRE
This impressive mansion is part of a classicist farm complex, dating back to the middle of the 18th century. The extensive farm complex consists on the street side of this manor, a carriage house, a gatehouse and a caretaker's house. At the rear are several stables and a barn converted into an antique shop. At the far end of the site are the old stables.
The luxurious finish of the mansion, including the finely sculpted mantelpieces in marble and stucco, the slate floors, the wall and ceiling paintings and the carved wood bed, is a clear remnant of the past splendor. It is not surprising that the farm complex was marked as architectural heritage as early as 1981.
Little is known about the earliest history of the farm. The whole became vacant when the antique shop located in the outbuildings went into bankruptcy in December 2019.
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supermanstoddlerleash · 2 months ago
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went to an abandoned mall a few weeks ago. decided to include some batblobs in some of the pictures i took.
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he creaching.
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manfrommars2049 · 2 months ago
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The overgrown palace, hidden somewhere in Italy via urbanexploration
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milwaukee-nostalgia · 8 months ago
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dianemb · 2 months ago
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Perfect reflection
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andrea-arcangel · 17 days ago
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Eremo di San Galgano, Toscana
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wankelmuth · 4 months ago
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Wohnmaschine
Berlin, 2022
Photo: Roland Helbig
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finegrainwhisperer · 4 months ago
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monomoscoy · a year ago
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amphotocamera · 2 months ago
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Park in Miami, Florida
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the-gone-ton · a day ago
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Diamonds aren't forever
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urbanrelicsphotography · 11 months ago
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POWERPLANT X
There are these huge industrial sites you couldn't possibly 'deal' with in one visit. This is one of those sites. This power plant, which is located on a still active steel plant, was built in the 1940s. At that time there was already a gas plant on the site, but it could no longer generate enough energy for the increasing production. Therefore, this coal-fired power station was built to support the gas-fired power station. The turbine hall has since been emptied, but in the boiler room with the impressive Stein & Roubaix boilers and their control cabins are still present and the entire installation - although very dilapidated - still appears to be intact.
During this first visit to this location we were able to visit this power station and the pump house of the adjacent gas station. On a next visit we hope to be able to visit the gas plant itself. In the meantime, enjoy this beautiful boiler room. 
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jaimeblancarte · a month ago
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@jaimeblancarte Qro. 2022
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manfrommars2049 · 5 days ago
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The flooded chapel via urbanexploration
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maciej-smolen-urbex · a year ago
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Rail Rolling Stock Repair Workshops | Urbex 11 / 2018 | Object B / Furnace Hall and Underground / Splice 1 of 2
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dianemb · 2 months ago
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Brooks was here
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