The institution used to be a home for children at risk between 1974 and 2002. The demolition of the complex started in 2008, the remaining buildings will probably be used as residential buildings.
The full set can be found here.
really like those pictures – despite the graf, there is a sense of order and clenliness about the place. symmetry everywhere.
hi, ive been trawling the internet but i cant find anything on this site, is it even in the uk?? if any friendly fellow explorers fancy gettin in touch to share some info please email czachur @ gmail . com. i will be so grateful!
Josh, its in Austria
A lot to see
Located in a small village in eastern France, is the Maison aux Masques, a.k.a. Villa Amande. Very little history to be found online regarding this place, but from what I could find out (thank you Google Translate!) was that the property is earmarked for a hotel, which explains the large demolition notice on the front gate.
May 2013, visited with LarzzA very hot early summer’s day; somewhere in the industrial depths of Belgium. The furnace towers above us as we stake out the gate and notice way too much activity! This won’t be an easy task… We decide to check the back o…
Pretty well known beautiful luxury holiday resort, a prestige project from the early 70s, abandoned after the war.
Abandoned military stuff. Don’t like this so much, but the decay was nice:1Sport hall II… von aphonopelma1313 (suicidal views) auf Flickr2Sport hall I… von aphonopelma1313 (suicidal views) auf Flickr3Open… von aphonopelma1313 (suicidal views) auf…
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