We don’t see a lot of abandoned places nowadays since most of them have been replaced by tall buildings. Unless we’re talking of historical landmarks that are under protection by the state and can’t be ruined. However, in some corners of the world, there is still some treasure to be found. Some people who love adventures have managed to discover some of them and share them with the internet.
The ‘Abandoned Beauties’ Facebook page is a place dedicated to sharing images of gorgeous abandoned places and objects. If you’re looking to find some of the most stunning abandoned buildings for the next exploration destination, make sure to check the list we compiled for you. Therefore, scroll down and enjoy this compilation of these deserted places that still hold their grace even in their worst days.
1.Could you live here?
2.Abandoned Hotel del Salto, Colombia. Explore or ignore ?
3. A library inside an abandoned 19th century victorian mansion.
4. This is a ship is stranded on Koh Chang and used to be bookable as accommodation. Now it’s completely deserted for some years already and people call it the ‘Ghost Ship’. “
5. Abandoned Chapel in France.
6.The ruins of Bannerman’s castle, an abandoned military surplus warehouse, still stand in the middle of the Hudson river
7. Abandoned Mansion, Belgium
8. The stairway of an abandoned button factory
9. Abandoned greenhouse, France
10.Abandoned casino in Romania
11. Abandoned hotel built in 1886 was a house then a school
12. Detroit’s Mark Twain Library, which was closed in 1996 for renovations and never reopened.
13. A very little key will open a very heavy door. Charles Dickens
14. Ballysaggartmore Towers are two ornate entrance lodges (one also acts as a bridge) that are situated on the former Ballysaggartmore Demesne approx. 2.5 kilometers from the town of Lismore in County Waterford, Ireland. The structures are were constructed for an Anglo Irish Landlord, Arthur Keily-Ussher no later than 1834
15. Castle remains, Portugal
“I invite you into the living room of a gigantic and splendid palace. Nestled in the heart of Italy, this place was probably at one time a favorite place of the upper middle class, with its park of several hectares, its impressive orangeries and especially this baroque salon. This one boasts a massive fireplace, trompe l’oeil decorations and equally magnificent ornaments. Unfortunately, it seems to be deteriorating rapidly, but given the beauty and potential of this site, I find it hard to believe that it will remain in this state indefinitely and I dare to hope that it will be given a new life in the years to come.”