Andy

Germany
Hotel Green Garden (visited 03/2017)

Inside of the abandoned, very damp hotel grew mosses, ferns and other plants.

Based on the decay, it must have been closed many years ago.

 

Visited with @The_Raw, @Miss.Anthrope and @MiaroDigital.

 

 

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The level of decay here makes this place so interesting. Great pics too.

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That's a brilliant set @Andy, really enjoyed seeing these. I don't think my photos are anywhere near as good!

 

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