This small hydroelectric power station originally powered the neighboring Crespi textiles factory that closed some time ago.
Before we came here we were aware that the building was possibly alarmed, but determined to see the industrial deliciousness inside, we carried on.
On our approach we were hiding in the woods, dodging dog walkers and cyclists, but it was SO worth it.. Even if I did only manage about 3 photos after setting of the alarm
Visited with @PROJ3CTM4YH3M, Kriegaffe9 and @AndyK!
Not a lot of information here I know.. But hopefully these will make up for it -
This big complex closed down in 2006, with almost 3500 seats in 15 différents cinema room.
Now it's a 21,515 square meters ghost town. The building is in poor condition.
The business was managed by a Chinese billionaire.
But he had some troubles with the justice and has few years in jail.
Inside, the temperature was around 40 degrees.
And unfortunately the cops caught us, before we visited the whole area.
The three-storey villa dates back to the 17th century and was expanded in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Their owners changed repeatedly and the villa was damaged in the Second World War. It has been abandoned since the late 1950s.
The school of a Catholic religious community was already founded in the 19th century. I don't know when it was closed, it was still in use in the 1960s.
Another set from a tour with a broken camera - therefore the pics are annoyingly in a very bad quality and not really sharp as well...
I was absolutely pissed!
(After that trip, I sold it and bought a new one.)