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  • Lanie Groff

    Scotland. Castle Craig, an Urquhart castle, is an impressive ruin on the Cromarty Firth. Because each floor was stone vaulted (rather than using wooden beams) it has survived to its full height since being abandoned in 1640. Our ancestors on Granny Craig's side? Wouldn't that be fun!

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The abandoned castle, I love peaking through the windows (or more) on places like this

  • Thomas De Clercq

    if I'm not wrong this would be chateau de Noisy (chateau Miranda) in Belgium

Castello di Sammezzano :: Leccio, close to Florence, soon to be turned into a luxurious sporting resort, incorporating a grand-luxe hotel, together with apartments and health spa, and country club with golf, tennis, etc. fortypacesbackwar...

  • Margie W

    They don't build like this anymore, do they!

  • Sue

    And will probably only be available to the very rich.

Clifden, Ireland. An abandoned castle full of sheep and cattle and crenelation shadows.

Castle of Miranda - also known as Castle of Noisy or Home de Noisy - located not far from Dinant in Belgium. The castle has been abandoned since

Abandoned home in Scotland. Makes me wonder about the people that once lived there.

Curvy pews in Presbyterian church in Detroit. Huge companies like Boeing need to get together and buy Detroit.

You're here, and when you go through them, you're there. They're beautiful, meaningful or just fun. They're doors, roads, bridges, corridors, wardrobes, or event horizons. They're portals.

Abandoned castle in Belgium Le Chateau Rouge