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Hi mates, I want to share with you the exploration of an abandoned mansion in Spain witha a 360º camera. :) Move your mouse to see whatever you want in the vid! 

 

 

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Bit of a shame for the guys that cant understand the language here, as it does look quite interesting.

 

Good effort though, cheers for posting :)

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On 5/28/2018 at 9:19 PM, Dubbed Navigator said:

Bit of a shame for the guys that cant understand the language here, as it does look quite interesting.

 

Good effort though, cheers for posting :)

Yeah, I know and I'm sorry! Sometimes my subs translate my vids, but not always. 

 

There has lived the owner of an important coal mine, a really rich man and his family. The place was abandoned in the 70s, when Francisco Franco (the dictator) died.

Since then, the place is for sale, but its a very expensive place to buy... 

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Nice place! I've visited it two years ago, in summer 2016, and I really liked it.

If you are interested, you can take a look at my pictures of the mansion here: 

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