Casas abandonadas que parecem mal assombradas Micoley's picks for #AbandonedProperties www.Micoley.com

Casas abandonadas que parecem mal assombradas

Casas abandonadas que parecem mal assombradas Micoley's picks for #AbandonedProperties www.Micoley.com

I would love this place.

I would love this place.

Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, is a castle at the town of Les Trois-Moutiers in the Poitou-Charentes region of France.

This Castle was Abandoned in 1932 after a major Fire. The Inside is Hauntingly Beautiful. (Video)

Château de la Mothe-Chandeniers, is a castle at the town of Les Trois-Moutiers in the Poitou-Charentes region of France.

Призраки прошлого: заброшенные особняки Петербурга. | Всё об интерьере для дома и квартиры

Призраки прошлого: заброшенные особняки Петербурга. | Всё об интерьере для дома и квартиры

Призраки прошлого: заброшенные особняки Петербурга. | Всё об интерьере для дома и квартиры

Призраки прошлого: заброшенные особняки Петербурга. | Всё об интерьере для дома и квартиры

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Verlassene Orte - Lost Places Mehr

Abandoned mansion in Saint-Petersburg, Russia | by smelov.photo                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Abandoned mansion in Saint-Petersburg, Russia | by smelov.photo More

Abandoned Castle.

Abandoned Castle.

Остатки роскоши былой... Португалия

Остатки роскоши былой... Португалия

Before it was known as “Edinburgh Castle,” this fortress went by another name. Edinburgh’s legendary founder, “Ebrawce” (Ebraucus), was a king of the Britons who supposedly had twenty wives and fifty children. He is credited with establishing “the Castell of Maidens called Edenbrough” in 989 BC. The name “Maiden Castle” was commonly used until at least the 1500s.

Before it was known as “Edinburgh Castle,” this fortress went by another name. Edinburgh’s legendary founder, “Ebrawce” (Ebraucus), was a king of the Britons who supposedly had twenty wives and fifty children. He is credited with establishing “the Castell of Maidens called Edenbrough” in 989 BC. The name “Maiden Castle” was commonly used until at least the 1500s.

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