Gergeti Trinity Church Holy Trinity Church Mount Kazbek Georgian Orthodox Georgia Adam X AdamXPhotos Urbex Urban Exploration 2018 Abandoned ruins lost forgotten derelict location

** Bonus Post ** Road trip to Gergeti Trinity Church, including Kvetera Church, Russia-Georgia Friendship Monument, Ananuri Castle, Georgia – October 2018

Bonus Post #3 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour After exploring the Houses of Culture, we then took the long hairpin Russian military highway north towards the Russian border. Our destination was the beautiful mountain-top Gergeti Trinity Church, and this post shares my photos from there and a few other locations we stopped at along the way… ‘The Beast’ – our car for the week… We began our journey by taking a more interesting ‘cross country’ route, which involved unpaved roads…

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** Bonus Post ** Nutsubidze Plato 1 Skybridge Apartments, Laguna Vere Swimming Pool, Tbilisi Sunset, and Soviet Mechanics murals, Tbilisi, Georgia – October 2018

Bonus Post #2 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour Here are a few more ‘non urbex’ shots, taken at various spots in and around Tbilisi… Nutsubidze Plato 1 Apartments Located in the Saburtalo District of Tbilisi, this trio of brutalist apartment blocks were designed by the architects Otar Kalandarishvili and Guizo Potskhishvili and constructed between 1974-1976. The apartments are still occupied to this day, with its lifts operated by coin, and the ‘sky bridge’ walkways falling into disrepair along with the…

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Explore #140: Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) Sovereign House, Norwich – 2015

In the fine city of Norwich where I live there is a large derelict office building, which since I first started exploring three years ago has never left my top three of ‘most wanted’ locations, sitting incongruously amongst far more ostentatious company such as the Chambre de Commerce in Belgium, Sammezzano Castle in Italy, and Battersea Power Station in London. Why? It’s hard to explain, but I’ll try… [Photo from Bing Maps] Perhaps it’s the sheer audacity of the building’s…

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