Finally made it to Detoit and this is one of the decayed beauties i got to visit. An English-Gothic style church abandoned since 2010; one of the most magnificent ventures so far! As renovation work has started since 2014, this awesome spot might be converted soon.Glad to have made it in!
This abandoned steel factory was opened in 1872 and expanded during the 1910s. In the 1950s there was less demand for steel and in 1977 they completely stopped production. The also abandoned power station- Central Thermique was used for domestic electricity powered by the toxic gases of the steel manufacturing blast furnaces that surrounded it. This vast industrial site is a must see in the heart of Luxembourg, parts of it might soon be demolished.
Impressive external architecture with many columns around a square piece of land. Pretty empty on the inside with massive windows and plenty of car debris left behind after the fire. This spot used to be a bus station. Some nice angles and depth of field. It was a pleasurable morning walk around this location, might be going back soon.
Situated somewhere in Georgia rotting inside its own debris, this vast site is gradually transformed into an art center. With its pinky red surfaces and the huge metallic constructions, it shapes a haunting beauty in derelict stage. Be aware of the dogs!
This abandoned building complex near the Saburtalo district in Tbilisi used to be the city’s hippodrome. Recently, it has been occupied by Goran, a gypsy nomad, and Tchini, his female camel. Future plans want the place to be transformed to the Alternative Cultural Centre of Tbilisi (ACCT), a melting pot of culture and arts. The place has already attracted many activists, travelers and artists from Caucasus and Europe and its future development plans are promising!
The most impressive part of this spot is the main hall with the big window and the colorful mosaic walls which, in combination with the stairways, make some great compositions! The swimming pool itself gave some good perspectives even if vandalized with graffiti.
This abandoned manoir has been an exceptional exploration as it has remained in a great condition! A rare selection of vintage objects are adding to its very artistic ambiance; antique paintings and furniture, old toys, music records and scores, baroque souvenirs and of course the symbolic red helmet lying on an old bookcase. Full of life and glory, Manoir Baron Rouge has been an awesome visit!
Built in the beginning of the 20th century, this monastery has been kept in great shape even if it has been abandoned for more than ten years now. Incredible architectural patterns and details. Unfortunately we did not have the chance to visit the whole sight as it expands a lot further than the main hall which i managed to photograph. Future plans want the monastery renovated with apartments for the elderly. Worth a visit before this happens as it is an exceptional site!