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***Overgrown Palace, Poland*** - In this palace was built as a home for Polish Royalty. Under Communist rule, the palace became an agricultural school & a home for mentally handicapped adults/children. The palace was deserted after the fall of the USSR.

Formerly a grand staircase now lying stripped of its metal by thieves with the walls shedding their paint.

The staircase of Garthland House, situated on the outskirts of Lochwinnoch, Scotland. The home was built in 1796 for a wealthy land-owner named James Adams.

A village in Scotland, abandoned in time. Love to go there and walk around!

Abandoned In time - Abandoned. Village in Scotland! Oh how I would love to go and walk thru this place.Looks like a film set to me.

Charle-Albert Castle or Chateau. The chateau is located on avenue Charles-Albert Watermael-Boitsfort, bordering the Sonian Forest in Belgium. It was completed in 1887. The building sustained heavy bombing damage in WWII. All plans to renovate the castle have come to nothing the castle sits, waiting.

Architecture - Abandoned Places - Charle-Albert Castle or Chateau. The chateau is located on avenue Charles-Albert Watermael-Boitsfort, bordering the Sonian Forest in Belgium. It was completed in The building sustained heavy bombing damage in WWII.

Beautiful abandoned mansion in Europe~

The writing studio of of French novelist Alexandre Dumas at Port-Marly, near Paris, named the Château d'If after a setting from his novel, the Count of Monte Cristo. A separate building on the site of the Château de Monte-Cristo.

Villa Amelie somewhere in France http://www.behance.net/gallery/Urban-Exploration-France-Villa-Amelie/578595

Imagine your new office once this room was brought back to life! Abandoned room in the Villa Amelie.

kasteel notenboom by BramvdZPhotography on DeviantArt

Photo by Bram Zanden Chateau Notenboom I ~ Home For A German Couple Who Fled Germany During The War. They Lived In Belgium In Peace & After The War

An elegant chandelier hangs from a peeling ceiling in this abandoned mansion somewhere in New Jersey. Source: jgurbisz (flickr)

Look at this house! The sweeping staircase, the wood work. This is architecture we will not see again. Attention must be paid. It's so sad. I want that stair case in my house!

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