Pancakes' Urbex Extravaganza

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abandonthehalls:

Abandoned villa near Florence

One of the best places visited this year during our honeymoon. Ancient villa on a hill with views over the vineyards and sunny edge of Tuscany. Stunning frescoes and forgotten piano in the main hall. I want to travel again for these abandoned places.

1. In fact, almost all the doors and windows on the first floor filled with concrete, but it is even more increases our interest and excitement. In the best traditions of the southern edges all around heavily overgrown with sharp prickles. Embark on a journey around the building. On the territory there is no soul, only hear the birds singing and the sound of cicadas.

2 About 5 minutes of searching, and here it is, move inside found. Writhing like a snake, climb through a narrow hole, where we get to the first floor. Since all windows laid, no pitch-dark. Turn on the flashlight and go to the research facilities. Basically, the first floor of the empty, but soon find ourselves in a room where all the walls are covered with children’s drawings. Is scary. A little further suddenly find move-tunnel. Coming in from his feet so 100, I know I’m in a long pass over the old wall, leading farther away. After a while, we find ourselves in a completely different building on the site. Wow! After seeing a couple of rooms, heading back the same way. Some segments of the ceiling where there is no, and the sunlight pours deserted tunnel, and thickets begin to penetrate into the building….

From the Abandoned Places Livejournal!

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Filed under THERE IS A PAINTING ON THE CEILING OF THE MAIN ROOM

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abandonedography:

The Lime Kiln towers were a part of former steel factory. The factory went bankrupted and most of its buildings devastated after an unsuccessful privatisation during the 1990s.
Four Lime kiln towers were built between 1927 - 1929, the fifth in 1940. Three towers are partially preserved (metal parts were all but stolen). In 2008 they became state protected technical landmark.
Photo by Petr Topič

abandonedography:

The Lime Kiln towers were a part of former steel factory. The factory went bankrupted and most of its buildings devastated after an unsuccessful privatisation during the 1990s.

Four Lime kiln towers were built between 1927 - 1929, the fifth in 1940. Three towers are partially preserved (metal parts were all but stolen). In 2008 they became state protected technical landmark.

Photo by Petr Topič

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