Abandoned places in the photographs of Vincent Jansen
• Abandoned places in the photographs of Vincent Jansen
Photographer Vincent Jansen (Vincent Jansen), traveling throughout Europe, visiting the abandoned houses, churches, hotels, villas and other places that are quietly waiting for their reconstruction or demolition. His photos provide an opportunity to see what is going on behind the sign "No access denied".
We suggest you look at some of these places.
This house is falling apart between the two houses. I wonder if the neighbors know what is happening next to their bedroom?
to fall apart in a former children's home in Italy, where all the beds are still carpeted.
This piano was in one of the rooms huge castle in Poland.
The former hospital in France.
is falling apart house in the Netherlands.
A former hotel in Germany after a fire in 2012.
The library at the beautiful abandoned castle in France, which, unfortunately, burned down two years ago.
The old car in the garage in Belgium.
The interior in the crumbling of the farmer's house in Belgium.
The former hospital complex in Germany, with more than 60 buildings.
Former hospital in Germany.
Chapel in a quiet and small village in Italy.
The building of the administration of the mining enterprise in France.
An impressive car cemetery in the pine forest in a small village in Belgium. It is rumored that these cars belonged to the American soldiers who left them after World War II.
An impressive car cemetery in the pine forest in a small village in Belgium.
Basketball court in the former military complex near Berlin. They enjoyed the Nazis until the end of the Second World War. This place is also used for shooting films such as "Mein Führer," "Enemy at the Gates" and "Inglourious Basterds."
abandoned mansion in Belgium.
This historical monument was built in Poland in 1796.