During a holiday trip in the Belgian Ardennes, on our way to the beautiful city of Durbuy, we passed this abandoned building. There is not much information to be found about this urbex location, but what I know is that it used to be a small hotel.
This originally was a mental hospital which was run by a religious order.
And now for something completely different: a tractor graveyard, filled with stuff from the 50’s and 60’s.
Fort de la Chartreuse was built to defend the Belgian city of Liege. It was built by the Dutch in 1817 at Mont Cornillon and came after the Belgian Revolution in 1830 in the hands of the Belgians.
“A straw-cardboard wage: too much to die, but not enough to live.”
This trainstation was visited during a 5-day trip in Prague in May 2016.
This decayed farm was found while we just had explored a huge abandoned paperfactory….but also small things can be great!
‘Rich farmers built huge houses with large estates, while the workers had to bite on a piece of wood.’