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The Garthland House Staircase - situated on the outskirts of Lochwinnoch, Scotland was built in 1796 for a wealthy land-owner named James Adams.

The approach to Baron Hill, down a mile long stretch of heavily overgrown driveway, adds a sense of excitement to the visit. Structures are visible hidden in the undergrowth in the former gardens and the mansion itself can be occasionally glimpsed through the trees. Woodland now surrounds the mansion and a real sense of discovery is felt when the main building is finally within vision and its size and grandeur can be appreciated.

IMG_6873 Abandoned - Spa Kyselka since 1868.

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August 17, 2014 Villa Kinderschuh urbex ...

Structures in the light by Goddl, via Flickr Taken on: August 21, 2014

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Une maison Taken on: August 7, 2014

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Photo taken at the Fortress la Mola on the Balearen island's Menorca of Spain. The old Militairy building were once filled with prisoners and is now abandoned and filled only with decay. The architectural jewel is now changed into a creepy decrepit abandoned place.

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An abandoned Victorian mansion in Northern Virginia. Looks like a fixer-upper to me!

A once grand conservatory the Orangery in Edinburgh, Scotland.

A Silent Afternoon... by Hitman.47 (Frozen-Images), via Flickr Taken on: August 22, 2014

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Called The Forbidden mansion near Calcutta, India

The haunted and abandoned Waugoshance Lighthouse in Mackinaw City, Michigan. Built in 1851 - in 1900, the keeper John Herman disappeared and activity has been reported since then, like doors opening and closing on their own.

Waugoshance Lighthouse

Kobayr monastery in Lori marz, Armenia. The monastery houses the tomb of Prince Shahnshah Zakarian, son of Ivane Zakarian. A bell tower in the middle of the complex was built in 1279 to house the tombs of Mkhargryel Zakarian and his wife Vaneni.

Fading frescos of Christ and the disciples at the Kobayr monastery in Lori marz, Armenia. The monastery was built on a brink of a deep gorge, in 1171, by the Kyurikid princes, a junior branch of the Bagratuni royal house of Armenia.