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Explore #193: Palazzo di L dei Conte M, Italy – October 2016

Explore #6 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ Next stop on our Italian tour was this beautiful crumbling old palace, with gorgeous chapel attached. History I’m afraid I’ve not been able to find much history on this location, other than the palace was the summer residence of a Count, and dates back to at least the eighteenth century. It is currently for sale for €1,600,000! Our Explore We picked our way through overgrown woodland, and made our way inside the…

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Green Church Chiesa D.C. Chiesa di Verde Chiesa Barocca Urbex Adam X Urban Exploration Italy Italia Access 2016 Abandoned decay lost forgotten infiltration derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #191: Chiesa D.C. aka Chiesa di Verde, Italy – October 2016

Explore #4 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ History This wonderful decaying little church is now all that remains of an 18th century villa which was demolished in the 1960s to make way for the construction of a refinery. Our Explore This was an uneventful and relaxing little explore, so I’ll crack straight on with the photos. As always, click on a photo to launch slideshow viewer Thanks for coming by. Adam X

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King's Hall Methodist Church Cinema Southall London Ornate rotunda chairs Urbex Adam X Urban Exploration Access 2016 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location haunting eerie

Explore #186: King’s Hall Cinema and Methodist Church, Southall, London – June 2016

After our nocturnal adventures rooftopping in central London, we headed to Southall to explore this beautiful derelict church… unfortunately I only managed to take one shot before things went rather wrong! History (rewritten from here) The 3-storey King’s Hall was built in 1916 with a stone and brick facade, designed by architect Sir Alfred Gelder of Hull. It was operated by the Uxbridge and Southall Wesleyan Mission, and screened religious films. By 1926 it was operating as a regular cinema,…

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