Located in North East France lies this dilapidated house / government service building that looks to be completely falling apart. Besides being ravaged by time it is located on government property with signs stating “zone de captage acces interdit”. This translates to “Catchment Area Forbidden Access”. In the Moselle department
The island of Poveglia is off of the sandbar settlement of Lido, and part of the city of Venice, region of Veneto, Italy. Poveglia was first mentioned in the 5th century when the first settlers came and made home here after fleeing from barbarian invasions. The island population increased in
The Club Med Caprera is at Garibaldi Cove off of Strada Cala Garibaldi, in the Arcipelago di La Maddalena National Park, the commune of La Maddalena, island of Caprera, Italy. This Club Méditerranée opened in 1954, which is evident due to the straw huts and communal washing stations which were
The abandoned Sighnaghi High School is in the town of Sighnaghi, the region of Kakheti, Georgia / Sakartvelo. The Sighnaghi High School history is sparse to find in the generally small town of Sighnaghi. The economy of this town is provided by the production of wine, Mcvadi (Georgian traditional food)
Schossberger Castle (Schossberger kastély) is off of Park Utca 35, the town of Tura, Pest County, Hungary. The manor Schossberger was constructed from 1873 until its completion in 1883. It was designed by the famous architect Miklós Ybl at the request of Baron Sigismund Schossberger. Once Baron Sigismund Schossberger was
Le sanatorium d’Aincourt is on 7 Rue des Acacias, in the commune of Aincourt, Val-d’Oise department of the Ile-de-France region of France. Aincourt Sanatorium was built by architects Edward Crevel and John Paul Decaux in the early 1930’s. The sanatorium, also dubbed ‘Home for the Cure’, was opened in 1933.
Located near the coast of a small island country in the Mediterranean Sea is this abandoned farmhouse. The home is believed to have been a “Cavalerizza” or horse riding school and stable from before the 18th century. Styled in Vernacular architecture with slit windows, it is not designed in typical