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Dundas Castle -- "an amazing piece of abandoned American history" -- now lies hidden on a sprawling 964 acres of forestland in Roscoe, NY. Love the green!

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Abandoned & beautiful fairy tale house in Gagra, Abkhasia, Georgia. This type of architecture is fairly common in Russia & the surrounding area. A little hobbit house(:

70 Abandoned Old Buildings.. left alone to die, So sad that beautiful homes like this are left to rot

Abandoned house in Coudersport, Pennsylvania. This is so sad it was once a very beautiful home . I rember what it use to look like . Its for sale too. Its not to far frome where I live and grew up .

To live in an old Victorian house like this would be awesome...... As long as its not haunted :P

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Ghost towns

Detroit is the world's biggest ghost city. I wouldn't want to live in Detroit per say, but I love the idea of taking an abandoned house and remodeling it to be inhabited again. I love the stone one 8 pictures down. Just amazing architecture. So sad.

Abandoned home | urban decay | forgotten place | urbex | urban exploration

That, combined with the exposed brick and large, shuttered windows - hell, in my opinion it's practically move-in ready.

Once Abandoned Villa Castillo  Built between 1850 and 1854 by Count Carlo Amedeo Grosso, the castle was designed by the architect Luigi Formento, father of the Waldensian Temple and the San Secondo Church in Turin. In line with the style of that period, it is a neogothic building with some medieval features. Originally it was surrounded by a wide park with a wood to the North, while in front of the main door there was a magnificent garden. Currently being restored.

i'd buy this home. An abandoned home in Italy. The art work on that ceiling is just insanely beautiful. This home was obviously loved at one time. How on earth did it wind up like this?