Most beautiful abandoned buildings

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The most beautiful abandoned building in the world

Places or buildings that once were admired for their beauty could not pass the test of time, being gradually abandoned or destroyed.

Most beautiful abandoned buildings in the world.

Bannerman Castle

There is now abandoned armory, built by Francis Bannerman VI businessman in 1901.
In the past 90 years, the castle was severely damaged either by a series of explosions or fires. Construction is mentioned in many literary,  presented as a place where ASI crimes or vampires making their presence felt.

Canfranc International Station

 Canfranc Station is in the Pyrenees, at one end of the tunnel that was the turn of Pau in France and Canfranc town in Spain.

Inaugurated in 1928, the station has a length of 240 meters and was abandoned in 1970 when, after an accident, the bridge was destroyed French mountains.

Most beautiful abandoned buildings in the world. Miranda Castle

Miranda Castle was built in the nineteenth century in the Belgian province of Namur for family Liedekerke-Beaufort. Descendants of this family lived in the castle until the time of the Second World War, when the house was taken over by the National Railway Company of Belgium and transformed into an orphanage.

Schlitz Brewery in the Industrial Park Schlitz in Milwaukee, was built in 1890 and closed in 1982.

Most beautiful abandoned buildings in the world. Sattler Theatre in Buffalo

Sattler Theatre in Buffalo, New York, was inaugurated in 1914 and have 928 seats. The room was used by various congregations for religious purposes before being abandoned space in 1996

Russian Artist Covers Abandoned Building With Discarded …

This architectural sculpture from Russian artist Nikolay Polissky combines two forsaken elements—an abandoned warehouse and a mass of wood cut-offs from previous projects—into one striking piece. Titled the SELPO…
 “Gulliver’s Kingdom” was a Japanese amusement park opened in 1997 and abandoned in 2001. It is located in Yamanashi region and its main attraction was the statue with a length of 44 meters that portray Lemuel Gulliver, character in the novel “Gulliver’s Travels” by Jonathan Swift.
Among the reasons behind the failure to attract park visitors were counted its location near the active volcano Fuji, Aokigahara forest (also called “suicide forest”) and Kamikuishiki village, Aum Shinrikyo terrorist factory where sarin gas with his followers.
 The park was mostly demolished in 2007.

Get Stuck Exploring an Abandoned Building? Pay Up.

Old and abandoned buildings prove irresistible to some “urban explorers,” but after a series of expensive rescues from such places in Minneapolis, the City Council’s Public Safety Committee has voted to forward a proposal to charge a fee to those who …


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