Abandoned Mansion

Uncover the secrets and stories behind abandoned mansions. Discover the allure of these forgotten architectural wonders and step into a world frozen in time.
Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Buildings, Into The West, Cades Cove, Smoky Mountain National Park, Le Far West, Great Smoky Mountains, Belle Photo

Misty hills. Lonely forest roads. Plenty of vines, moss, and unkempt trees. And the cherry on top—a gorgeous abandoned building that radiates eeriness and grandeur in equal measure. That’s our dream home right there. Especially if the place looks haunted.

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Fredrika Miller
Old Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Castles, Abandoned Mansions, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Old Mansions, Mansions Homes, Ancient Architecture, Beautiful Architecture

When we call a place home, instead of a house, we’re ascribing a sort of positive emotion to it. But on the flip side, a windowless, empty house can evoke melancholy, sad, and even spooky emotions as our brains wonder why the people left in the first place. Mortgage costs are boring, it must be ghosts.

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DANIEL FLORY
A Library Inside An Abandoned 19th Century Mansion Abandoned Library, Old Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Property, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Homes, Abandoned Detroit, Derelict Places, Abandoned Asylums

One thing that I firmly believe all human beings share is our inner yearning for adventure. We might try and satisfy this calling with good movies, awesome video games, or top-tier tabletop games like Dungeons and Dragons (as a Dungeon Master of several years, I’m guilty of this). However, at the end of the day, there’s no real substitute for going out into the field with your own two feet and starting your very own adventure going into the abandoned and mysterious corners of the Earth.

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Chery Holmes
Abandoned Hotels, Abandoned Church, Abandoned Mansion, Abandoned Train, Abandoned Buildings, Mysteries Of The World, Mystery Of History, Colonial, Forest House

Most of us find architecture fascinating. The built environment around us reflects the history and culture of a place that can shape our experiences and perceptions of an area. However, not all the buildings stand the test of time and many are left to decay. For some, they become unwanted ghosts of the past; for others, they are objects of mystery and awe.

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Karen Graziani

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