This grand building was part of the Brussels Tour & Taxi site at the turn of the 20th century, and was used until 1987 as a warehouse by customs. Known as “Warehouse B“, the building consists of five floors of galleries that encircle an atrium. During World War II, it was used by the Germans as a prison. It is still known locally as “The Prison”.
Malmgård- A beautiful mansion in Pernaja, Finland. It's history dates back to 1606, although the current main building is from 1885. It is inhabited by Count Creutz, who also guides tours in his home. He is the 12th generation of owners.
Lincolnshire, England - Unlike most other hospitals, Nocton Hall began life as a stately manor home until World War I, when it was taken over and used by American forces as a place for injured soldiers to rest and recuperate. It was used again during World War II as a military hospital.