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Urban exploration: Abandoned Castles from South West of France title=

2015-01-05

Abandoned Castles from South West of France: random discoveries during wanderings in my home country. [Read more...]

Urban exploration: Rooftops Around The World title=

2014-05-26

Rooftops Around The World: at night, the city sleeps. Forbidden Places climbs. [Read more...]

Urban exploration: The Castle of Noisy - Miranda title=

2014-02-20

The Castle of Noisy - Miranda: creepy, sneaky and filthy castle, come and have a walk into Sleeping Beauty's castle... [Read more...]

Urban exploration: The Palais Garnier title=

2013-12-09

The Palais Garnier: V.I.P.trip into the heart of the Opéra de Paris. [Read more...]

Urban exploration: Brussels Metro title=

2013-08-07

Brussels Metro: dive into the Brussels metro... [Read more...]

Urban exploration: Vilvoorde Prison title=

2013-02-02

Vilvoorde Prison: as many as 12,000 tramps, drunks, and prostitutes, all those that the society of the time considered a nuisance, were crammed in on four floors. The vaulted cells had narrow slits as the only source of light. A perpetual gloom reigned along the corridors that led to the many workshops... [Read more...]

Urban exploration: Internationale Film-Union GmbH title=

2012-10-17

Internationale Film-Union GmbH: Little copy and synchronization studio lost in the woods. Don Camillo, Laurel & Hardy among many others have been germanized here... [Read more...]

Urban exploration: 1936 Berlin's Olympic Village title=

2012-08-03

1936 Berlin's Olympic Village: like the 29 other Olympic villages, the 1936 edition has only had a short moment of glory. But unlike the others, the 1936 Olympics is possible the most significant games in our history [Read more...]


Recent comments list




Youri – Mons
February 19, 2017 - 20:38

J'y suis allé cet été... C'est vraiment incroyable, dommage que les gens se soient sentis obligé de dégrader l'intérieur.. Mais bon, il est désormais détruit depuis peu..




Jill
February 17, 2017 - 18:17

What buildings are being used right now? Where do you usually see security?




Sam
February 17, 2017 - 18:12
Check out HRSH with me

Hi, I am looking for some cool people to explore with. I would like to go early on a Saturday morning and explore all day. If you are not too far out, I may be able to provide transportation. Please email me at newtravel27@hotmail.com.




Dan Hand – Palm Harbor, Florida, U.S.A.
February 15, 2017 - 10:45
FOR JESSE F.:

I lived at 545 Hovey until September 1967, shortly before my 11th birthday. I played for Luds Motor Sales in 1966, wearing number 10. Just as I cannot recall my 3rd-grade teacher (1964-1965) at Holy Rosary School, for some inexplicable reason, I likewise cannot recall who my coach was when I was on Luds Motor Sales, that summer, just over half a century ago!?! Not just the man's name, I mean; I cannot remember what he looked like, nor what he sounded like, nor how he treated us kids. Memory is a very strange phenomenon! My best friend during my last two years in Brunswick was Rudolph Perez, who lived somewhere in the middle of 7th and Hovey, on the even-number (western) side of the street. His younger brother, Joey, was on my Red Devils team, in 1965, during my first year in Little League. Another of Rudy and my classmates lived somewhere across the street from Rudy-- I think closer to 8th Avenue (such as it was!). His name was Victor, but I cannot recall his last name!?! (He also was a Mexican-American.) If you are older than I, you might have known one or more of my seven brothers and sisters who were older than I; if younger, I also had a sister two years younger. Most of us went to Holy Rosary School, until we moved, and all of us to Holy Rosary Church, where all four of us Hand boys were altar boys for varying lengths of time.




Simon D – Namur
February 14, 2017 - 15:13
En cours de reconversion

les bâtiments sont malheureusement en cours de reconversion et le site n'est plus accessible . C'est bien dommage , il ne reste plus grand chose dans les environs de Namur .




Francois – Bruxelles
February 09, 2017 - 17:32
C'est fini le chateau...

J'y suis allé et c'était vraiment pénible à voir.

Il ne reste presque plus rien debout. Et ce qui restait était dans un triste état, les taggeurs et la nature ayant pris le dessus.




Andre
February 03, 2017 - 14:24

Je trouve vraiment dommage, qu'on est laissé ces bâtiments se dégrader de la sorte.




Kalthoreil
February 03, 2017 - 11:18

Par hasard, toute visite est prohibée? Ou avec exception il est possible de faire le tour? Je prépare une visite de plusieurs lieux hantés et ce lieu m'intéresse. Merci d'avance




vanessa – Paris
February 01, 2017 - 14:17

Salut, j'étais en vacance tout près de la prison donc on a pu se balader là bas. En effet c'est impressionnant, et super grand. J'ai pris quelques photo si ça vous interesse.




Alexandre – Namur
January 29, 2017 - 14:49
Ton livre dans un film avec François Cluzet

Salut Sylvain, j'ai tourné comme figurant dans le dernier film avec François Cluzet (La Mécanique de l'ombre)... Je devais apporter des accessoires pour figurer un lecteur dans une bibliothèque... J'ai apporté ton livre, le tome 2 si je me souviens bien... je n'ai pas encore vu le film et donc je ne sais pas si on me voit... enfin, si on nous voit... ton livre et moi !!! Bonne continuation, Alexandre