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Explore #113: Castello di R, Italy – November 2014

Explore #2 of the Wet, with excitement Tour After our explore of the disused ceramics factory, James and I drove on through the rain to this abandoned castle. History The true history of this place is uncertain – the most oft-recounted version goes like this: This medieval castle was built at the end of the 11th century, and was originally used for military purposes such as a practice ground for knights and soldiers. Local folklore recalls a story of a…

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Explore #112: Sinks Army of Xi’an ceramics factory, Italy – November 2014

Explore #1 of the Wet, with excitement Tour Winter may well and truly have been upon us, but that didn’t stop James and I from squeezing in one last euro trip (my 6th of the year) at the back end of 2014. It was daft really – the weather was freezing cold, rained almost incessantly, and we had hardly any hours of daylight to shoot in. It got light(ish) around 9-10am and was dark by 4pm – a far cry…

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Explore #107: Chateau TP, Belgium – September 2014

Explore #10 of the Taking the Piscine Tour After a flying visit to Chateau Congo we were on our way to The Grand Hotel Regnier when we drove past what looking like an abandoned hotel. We hit the brakes, bunged a U-ey, and gave it a closer look. Sure enough it showed definite signs of abandonment and the beginnings of some decay. Utilising our finely honed urbex skills we soon found a sneaky way of getting inside. Sadly our initial…

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