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As i promise i came back on the other day to this wonderfull house, this time someone was there and some of the windows where open. A take some photos with this incredible light. And finally explored the rest of the house, it has some really big rooms, each one more beautiful than the other. I also got a lot of new information on the property.

You can read about the first visit here:

 

 

Now let's go see the house.

 

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This is the dinning room, In here the family would dine with a wonderfull view of the river and the city on the other side, with their carved fireplace giving them warm.20180427_151300.jpg.e083b8f99facae3dc07d232accedde45.jpg20180427_151327.jpg.ab5e5bfd0160d14f2e82d6b42019355a.jpg

 This room is really big, around 3 to 3 and a half meter tall.

 

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This is the most beautifull in my opinion. It would be the living room and also a place to entretain guests. It as a incredible fireplace with carved wood and as views to the front of the house and river, unfortunately the floor is full of pieces of chandelier.

 

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This derelict chapel once hosted private prayers, the priest would come from the church every sunday to give it to the count's family.

 

 

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This is the guest room, also very damaged.

 

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This is the entrance hall, it has a wonderfull dome covering it, through this doors already passed princes, dukes, counts, Presidents and industry tycoons.

 

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This stairs lead to the main bedroom, the iron work in beautifull.

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Over the stair a rotten skylight let light shine on the old stairs.

 

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This is the main bedroom, it as a balcony but is too exposed to the street, in here the last true count died 40 years after the monarchy was abolished.

 

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This is the extension that where added to the house in the 30's

 

 

It's really a wonderfull house, a remainder of a far by gone era.

 

Hope you enjoyed.

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Some very ornate looking pieces of furniture, fireplaces and light fittings there. Looks like a good little explore :) 

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Even nicer than the set from the first visit. The chapel is great, also the picture with the chimney and the chandelier.

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