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An abandoned house along a Belgian road. The house was partly destroyed by a fire and the former owner now resides with family. Some family member comes by occasionaly to feed the stray cats. 

 

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9 hours ago, AndyK! said:

Crazy the clothes are still hung on the line!

 yes the clothes confused many explorers over the time.

it was abandoned for long, and  a few people i know had their eyes on it already but  never went to further check it when they saw the laundry.

 

' aah there s laundry outside, nevermind" :) 

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