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Chateau de la Chapelle, Belgium

Château de la Chapelle, Belgium

Château de la Chapelle is an abandoned mansion in Belgium with an integral chapel. The house appears to have been used as a function venue before its closure.
Pensionnat Catholique

Pensionnat Catholique, France

An abandoned Catholic boarding school in France. The large buildings have been empty for some time but the chapel at the heart of the building is very impressive.
Monastery Mont G

Monastery Mont G, Belgium

Mont G is an abandoned monastery in Belgium, built around the turn of the turn of the 20th century. The stunning chapel is in pristine condition.
Greenbank Synagogue, Liverpool, England

Greenbank Synagogue, Liverpool, UK

An Art Deco styled synagogue was built in the 1930's to a radical new design. This place for Jewish worship has a stunning huge space and plenty of items left behind.
St Joseph's Seminary Upholland

St Joseph’s Seminary, Upholland, Lancashire

St Joseph’s Seminary in Upholland was one of two institutions in the North of England proving education to those wishing to enter the priesthood.
Jameah Islameah School

Jameah Islameah School, East Sussex, UK

A Victorian school in the UK that was later used by an Islamic group purported to teach students to become Islamic leaders.
The Old Rectory, St Columb Major

The Old Rectory, St Columb Major, Cornwall

Kestrel Court is an impressive 1800’s rectory with grand medieval styling. Many of the original features including paint schemes and detailing still remain.