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Andy last won the day on August 15

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  1. I found this former marble quarry in my search for more abandoned places via Google Earth. The quarry already existed in the 13th century. In the 14th to more intensive use in the 17th century, the marble was used for monasteries. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  2. Great set with fascinating pics again! Although I have visited the Bureau Central repeatedly, I have never been to the steelworks next to it...
  3. Hi Frank, welcome to the forum!
  4. Nice first report, interesting building & history. Welcome to the forum!
  5. Some nice rooms. The ceiling with the checkerboard pattern is special, I only know it from floors.
  6. Nice video, well captured. What I'm interested in: why do you call this former care home "creepy"? Did you actually have the impression or feeling during your exploration, that the building is creepy in any way (and if so, why)? Or, otherwise, what was your reason for describing the house like this? I'm just curious how it came about. Anyway, for my part, I absolutely don't think that the house is creepy. Also the video doesn't seem scary to me, quite the opposite. Instead, in my view, it's rather dreamy and melancholic at the same time, as well as partly combined with a thoughtful atmosphere. At least, that's what I feel while watching...
  7. Cool pics, really successful set!
  8. No, that's really not what I thought! I know it was just a note that didn't refer to me. So no reason for an apology, everything's fine!
  9. Thanks to all ! If there was actually a picture of this bed in a newspaper article, at least it wasn't one of my photos.
  10. An abandoned Italian villa next to the road. Nothing really special, because unfortunately stripped, but at least still with a few nice ceilings. Due to the holey floors and cracked stairs, it was partially a bit tricky to enter the upper floors to photograph the ceiling paintings. But everything went well, without any crash or collapse. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  11. Partly already pretty rotten, but an interesting history and some very nice shots. The pic above is one of my favorite, I really like the plants between the rusty train.
  12. Nice ceilling. I moved it to "shorts reports".
  13. I like the sunlight behind the windows. The crooked pictures make a little bit dizzy.