January 17, 2015

Maison T.

It took me some time to find this place.
I had seen some photos from the inside and they were really spectecular because they showed a hall of mirrors with a grand piano.
So I went on to look for information, but there was hardly anything to be found, so I literally looked at photos of all abandoned mansions in that particular part of Germany (and there are a lot of them).
I couldn't find any inside photos on the web that matched the ones I knew so there was no possibility to connect outside and inside shots to a certain place. Until I looked at the windows.
On the inside photos I knew, I could see the windows and while looking through a bunch of outside pictures of various mansions, one of those caught my attention, because the form of the windows matched that of the windows I had seen.
So I continued my research in that direction and I really had found the place. A couple of months later I was in the area and of course, I went on a little exploration.
I wasn't disappointed.

To check out the full gallery and learn about the history of the building, visit my website.


  1. großartig, der flügel ist ein prachtmotiv! ;o)

  2. Wow, the atmosphere of the pics is impressive - love those shots! *_*

  3. Es ist klasse, wie wenig dies Haus zerstört wurde. Ein toller Ort.

    Liebe Grüße


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