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
Towering and dominant this structure is lies on the former grounds of the House of Soviets in Victory Square of Kaliningrad, Russia. With a robust architectural design it is also known as the abandoned robot building. The edifice resides on the part of Königsberg Castle grounds that were destroyed in
Dunmore Estate The ruined Mansion of Dunmore is nestled in a grove of trees at Dunmore Estate Park in South Alloa, forever abandoned in Scotland. Architect William Wilkins was commissioned by the 5th Earl of Dunmore to build the mansion in 1820. Consequently by 1822, this sprawling mansion of stone
The Guerbetal Historical Junkyard better known as the Kaufdorf Car Junk Yard in Switzerland. This junk yard had over 1,000 cars and 400 motorcycles all ranging between 1930’s and 1970’s. Walter Messerli originally bought them for their parts beginning in 1933 and later passing the business down to his son.
Abandoned Owinska Mental Hospital is a decaying historical landmark. It’s dark history has left its impact on this village. Furthermore, over 1,100 patients were murdered from here in 1939. Certainly, the second World War was fraught with unspeakable acts. Ominous and dark halls are now what remains, a reminder of
The Chateau Nottebohm (also known as Kasteel van den Heer Nottenbohm, Château de M’Nottebohm, Chateau Cheval, Chateau Maria ter heide and others) is down a long drive way off of Brasschaatbaan 32-34, in the municipality of Brecht, province of Antwerp, Belgium. This abandoned home belonged to a Mr. Nottebohm and
Formerly located in the town of Dadizele, Moorslede, Belgium. Dadipark is centrally located in the midst of Dadizele and was a recreational attraction starting from the 1950’s and lasting until its closure in 2002. It opened under the influence of a local pastor, it evolved from a simple playground for