The house of the counts that had ten children

Author adolfo - Last updated: 22.10.2013

1914, while Europe is bleeding in the Great War, far away a rich couple lived with their ten children (six boys and four girls)

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The house was large and the family had money. The children had all the quirks of the world

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2 comments

#1urbexgirlOctober 31, 2013, 9:28 pm

how old houses remain closed and in a proper condition apparently! Nice set

#2QuintenNovember 11, 2014, 3:07 pm

Thanks for sharing !

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