The most breathtaking castles from all over the world.
The causes of the depopulation of these castles different – war,bankruptcy or an accident case,but what unites them is not it. All these locks are so sublime, and when you look at them, there is a reverence for the past.
Island in the Hudson river was bought in 1900-the year of Scottish immigrant Francis Bannerman, who built on it the castle is designed to hold a huge gun collection (he earned it). In 1918 year, 2 years after the death of the Scotsman, available in the castle grounds munitions exploded and destroyed part of the structure.
In the explosion,many buildings suffered.
Inside, the castle has retained its furniture,but only in parts where didn’t get the explosion.
Built in 1890, the year as a luxury hotel in 1901, the year it was already closed. A few years later the mansion was turned into a female Bennett College, but in 1978, the year of the educational institution for students from wealthy families went bankrupt because of the promotion of joint education. Since the building is empty.
Built in 1866, the year the English architect Milner on the order of a noble family Lickers-Buford, during the Second world war the mansion was occupied by a Belgian company and turned into an orphanage. The orphanage did not last long,and soon moved,the local municipality has offered to take it over, but the owners refused, so from 1991, the year the castle is empty.
Inside the castle is beautiful in its ceiling that has multiple color variations.
There are also partially preserved furniture,but all rooms are almost overgrown with grass.
Prince’s Palace of said-Hasim
This residence was designed by Antonio Lacasa in 1899, the year. Later it was converted into one of the best schools for boys in the country, al-Nasiriyah. Today the castle has been empty since 2004,it was abandoned for unknown reasons.
Beelitz: giant hospital in Germany
Medical complex in Beelitz-Heilstatten (Belitz) in Berlin was built in the XIX century.During the Second world war the hospital was converted into a military hospital, and there is time to treat the wounded in the battle of Adolf Hitler.After the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Germany, the hospital was abandoned.
This is one of the preserved castles of the time.
The castle is closed and guarded by the local authorities.
Pidhirtsi castle, Ukraine
Today the castle belongs to Lviv art gallery, which is sponsored by its future. Currently closed for restoration work. And the castle you did not like? Of course! It was the shooting of d’artagnan.
Manor Khrapovitsky in Muromtsevo
This aristocratic mansion belonged to the Khrapovitsky, the big lumberman. Built this manor house in the French style by the architect P. S. Boytsov. The construction of the manor lasted from 1884 to 1906 the second year.
Here’s what it looked like during the life of the Khrapovitsky.
Now there is little that survived
Every year there are guided tours
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