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Clifden #Castle, Western Ireland ~ Repinned 4 U by Karen of AZdesertTrips.com

Clifden #Castle, Western Ireland ~ Repinned 4 U by Karen of AZdesertTrips.com

Abandoned

Abandoned

Zsámbék, Hongarije  In Hongarije zijn veel gebouwen stille getuigen van de Hongaarse geschiedenis, het verleden, de oorlogen en de ontwikkeleing van de Hongaarse cultuur.

Zsámbék, Hongarije In Hongarije zijn veel gebouwen stille getuigen van de Hongaarse geschiedenis, het verleden, de oorlogen en de ontwikkeleing van de Hongaarse cultuur.

Yarnton Manor was built by Sir Thomas Spencer, whose father bought the estate at Yarnton in 1580. The house retains some Jacobean features it was largely restored by Thomas Garner in 1897.  Thomas Garner (1839–1906) was one of the leading English Gothic revival church architects of the Victorian era.

Yarnton Manor was built by Sir Thomas Spencer, whose father bought the estate at Yarnton in 1580. The house retains some Jacobean features it was largely restored by Thomas Garner in 1897. Thomas Garner (1839–1906) was one of the leading English Gothic revival church architects of the Victorian era.

Ani: "Now entirely deserted, this Armenian ghost town with its near-complete cathedral once had a population in excess of 100,000." Eastern Turkey: the Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

Ani: "Now entirely deserted, this Armenian ghost town with its near-complete cathedral once had a population in excess of 100,000." Eastern Turkey: the Bradt Guide www.bradtguides.com

A church ruin in Ani, an uninhabited, medieval Armenian city-site situated in Turkey near the Armenian border. Once the capital of a medieval Armenian kingdom that covered much of present day Armenia and eastern Turkey.  Was called the "City of 1001 Churches", its many religious buildings and fortifications were among the most technically and artistically advanced structures in the world.  In 1064 a Turkish army stormed the city and slaughtered its population.

A church ruin in Ani, an uninhabited, medieval Armenian city-site situated in Turkey near the Armenian border. Once the capital of a medieval Armenian kingdom that covered much of present day Armenia and eastern Turkey. Was called the "City of 1001 Churches", its many religious buildings and fortifications were among the most technically and artistically advanced structures in the world. In 1064 a Turkish army stormed the city and slaughtered its population.

Sweetheart Abbey ruins, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Sweetheart Abbey ruins, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

30 of the most beautiful abandoned places

30 of the most beautiful abandoned places

Abandoned... The architecture is breathtaking.

Abandoned... The architecture is breathtaking.

Secret Garden in the middle of London... old bombed church ruins have been allowed to over grow

Secret Garden in the middle of London... old bombed church ruins have been allowed to over grow