Monument to Saint Nino Archeological Museum Drone Aerial from above Front entrance Soviet Monument to Saint Nino Tbilisi Georgia Soviet era Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration 2018 Abandoned Access History decay ruins lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie security

** Bonus Post ** Kutaisi and Tbilisi murals and architecture, Georgia – October 2018

Bonus Post #1 of the ‘Love Bears’ Tour Whilst this blog/site/photographic journal is focussed on my Urban Exploration, I also throw in the occasional post which shares locations which don’t strictly fall into my definition of Urbex (loosely, stuff which is off limits or not ordinarily seen by the general public). My trip to Georgia included many such non-urbex sites of interest, so here’s part one… Kolkheti mural, Kutaisi As we travelled from Tskaltubo to Tbilisi we stopped briefly at…

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Skeletons table overgrown ivy lampshade bats squatters Usine Skeleton factory ROA Klaas Van der Linden Adam X Urbex Urban Exploration Belgium Access 2017 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location creepy haunting eerie

Explore #214: Usine Skeleton aka la farandole des morts, Belgium – August 2017

Explore #6 of ‘The Greased Otters Tour’. Time for something a little different, but hopefully still visually interesting… History This site was a printing and publishing company, originally run in a nearby city from the end of the 19th century, but relocated and expanded at this location behind the family’s home in 1935. Over time the focus of the business moved from postcards and photographs to more commercial printing, such as labels. Between 1948 and 1976 ownership passed into the…

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External outside exterior Hunter's castle Moja Wola Pałac Myśliwski w Mojej Woli Urbex Poland Adam X Urban Exploration Access 2016 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location haunting eerie

Explore #181: Hunter’s Castle, aka Pałac Myśliwski w Mojej Woli, Poland – May 2016

Explore #21 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ As we continued our Polish roadtrip, next on the list was this rather strange ‘palace’ lost deep in some woodland… History (translated and rewritten from here and here). The Palace was built in the 1850s for the Duke of Brunswick-Oleśnica Wilhelm, and was designed by the architect Karłowski. It was extended in 1895 and again in 1902-1903, and is counted among the most architecturally valuable buildings in the region. The palace is…

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