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"As we stand at ground level I am struck how the building clearly rises from the raw rock. It looks like a lava flow has solidified in the middle of the cavernous space. I first thought the fluid-looking slope was a torrent of composting refuse left from the previous state of disrepair, but then I realise it's designed like that."

This Brutalist Apartment Building Encapsulates the Story of Apartheid - Kaid Benfield - The Atlantic Cities

Situated somewhere in Europe, urban explorer Urbex Maestro captured this striking series of photographs featuring a now abandoned gasometer dating to the turn of the 20th century.

Urban Explorer Infiltrates an Abandoned Gasometer

Urban Explorer Infiltrates an Abandoned Gasometer via Urban Ghosts Situated somewhere in Europe, urban explorer Urbex Maestro captured this striking series of photographs featuring a now abandoned.

Others, like this former brewery in Leipzig, don't even exist anymore: This...

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7 Awesome Abandoned Factories, Mills and Mines

Our factories and other industrial buildings tend to outlive their primary use. These 7 factories, mills and mines were left to crumble.

Hafodunos Hall is a house located near the village of Llangernyw in north Wales. It was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, a prominent Gothic Revival architect, and built between 1861 and 1866 for Henry Robertson Sandbach, whose family had bought the estate in 1830. The new house was built to replace a much older hall which had been built in 1674. The site had been occupied since at least 1530 but the remains of both previous houses are untraceable.

Hafodunos Hall is a Gothic revival house located near the village of Llangernyw in Wales. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, it was built between 1861 and 1866 for Henry Robertson Sandbach, replacing a house that had been built in

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Buffalo Central Terminal is a disused railway station once operated by the New York Central Railroad and owned by the Central Terminal Restoration Corporation

Chateau de Noisy is an abandoned building in Belgium, previously called Chateau Miranda and reportedly used by Nazis during the Second World War, closed in 1991

Inside the Abandoned Chateau de Noisy (Photos)

Chateau de Noisy is an abandoned building in Belgium, previously called Chateau Miranda and reportedly used by Nazis during the Second World War, closed in 1991

7 Awesome Abandoned Factories, Mills and Mines

Deserted Industry: 7 Abandoned Factories, Mills and Mines

The abandoned buildings of Université du Val Benoît in Liege, Belgium, have been a mecca for urban explorers since being abandoned in 2005

Urbex in Liege: Abandoned Université du Val Benoît

The abandoned buildings of Université du Val Benoît in Liege, Belgium, have been a mecca for urban explorers since being abandoned in 2005

In the furthest corner of the Vincennes woods of Paris, lies the remains of what was once a public exhibition to promote French colonialism over 100 years ago and what we can only refer to today as the equivalent of a human zoo. Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale

In the furthest corner of the Vincennes woods of Paris, lies the remains of what was once a public exhibition to promote French colonialism over 100 years ago and what we can only refer to today as the equivalent of a human zoo.

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