Somewhere in a Walloon village stands a medieval castle. Urban Explorers call it “Château Du Chien”. It was fortified somewhere in the 13th century. It was rebuilt in 1869 after a fire, but in 2003 there was another fire and the castle was abandoned. I explored this place together with a cute dog! He followed me everywhere but also got me a scar!
Somewhere in a Walloon city stands a roundly shaped building. Urban Explorers call it “Theatre Jeusette”. It is a theater that was built in 1948 as a meeting place for the socialist workers of a nearby steel plant. The last performance was in 1995, but recently the theater hall was used as the location for the music video “Quand c’est?” from Stromae.
Somewhere in a Walloon forest stands a beautiful red castle. It was built in 1889 and was later converted into a luxury hotel. The hotel closed in 2009 due to financial reasons. Urban explorers call it “Château Rouge” or “Château Bambi”. Airsofters call it “The Chambers”.
In the midst of a wondrous forest stands a peculiar but long forgotten castle.
Deep inside a forest in Wallonia, next to a small river, lies a beautiful wooden house that belonged to a music teacher. Nobody knows why he left, or if he will ever come back.
This 9Q-CDY plane is a Hawker Siddeley HS-780 Andover C1. Years after it was abandoned, firefighters used it for training purposes.
This abandoned farm was called “Tapioca” due to the box of Tapioca found in the cupboard. It was a very well-preserved location with windows that were thick with cobwebs and many personal items that were left behind.
Most people try to stay out of prison, I tried to get in.
An abandoned terraced house in the western part of Flanders.
This is the manor that remains after the demolition of the hospital.