Chateau de Noisy, Belgium: Originally named Chateau Miranda, this abandoned mansion was reportedly designed in 1866 by an English architect and resembles the setting of a gothic horror film. Once the grand residence of an affluent family, Chateau de Noisy was allegedly occupied by the Nazis during World War Two before becoming an orphanage. The castle has been abandoned since 1991 with little apparent will to restore it.

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Chateau de Noisy, Belgium: Originally named Chateau Miranda, this abandoned mansion was reportedly designed in 1866 by an English architect and resembles the setting of a gothic horror film. Once the grand residence of an affluent family, Chateau de Noisy was allegedly occupied by the Nazis during World War Two before becoming an orphanage. The castle has been abandoned since 1991 with little apparent will to restore it.

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