When you enter Brno-Královo Pole train station in Brno (Czech Republic), at first sight there’s nothing unusual about about a display case in the middle of the waiting room. The winner of the contest for the train station reconstruction has been chosen, so a visualisation of the project would be appreciated as well. The madness starts when you come closer and see the amazingly bizarre model in the display case.
Another Use of Dishes. Visiting the Extraordinary House of Pots [Žagarė, Lithuania]
If you had to imagine a place with a plenty of dishes, what would it be? A huge cubboard in the kitchen? Endless shelves in the shop of dishes? And what about the roof and walls of the old wooden cabin? The house of pots in Žagarė (Lithuania) definitely makes everyone stop by, and even more—the building is so unusual that attracts tourists there because of its extraordinary appearance.
Cute yet Creepy. Visiting the Magic Yard of Toys [Katowice, Poland]
There’s an incredible place somewhere in Katowice (Poland)—a yard full of toys that look a bit creepy because of being left outside for a long time. The yard is located in a cursed district because I’ve been there twice and both time it was foggy, even though there was no cloud on the railway station a few kilometres away. The inhabitants of the garden, decaying toys, also seem to be possessed since decay has made them look spooky.
The Artistic Corner on the Outskirts of the Village. Visiting the Cellar of the Creative Outsider [Czech Republic]
I had only a few hints about the approximate location of this place and no hope to find it. That’s why once I finally saw it on the street view of the map I decided in one second about to go on the trip on the next day. I had a reason to go there as soon as possible because the place is really extraordinary—a decorated cellar on the outskirts of the village somewhere in the Czech Republic inhabited by an outsider who has been living there for 8 years already.
A Blue Face Guy and the Others. A Quick Look over the Fence of the Fairytale Garden [Kuřim, Czech Republic]
Feel at Home. The Cosiest Bus Stop Ever [Szakály, Hungary]
Creepy Mannequins and Ancient Gods. Visiting the Extraordinary Veteran Muzeum Restaurant [Valašské Meziříčí, Czech Republic]
Where the Time Has Stopped. The Abandoned House of the Architect [France]
Definitely one of the most beautiful abandoned places that I have ever visited. The incredibly well preserved abandoned house of the architect is situated in a small town somewhere in France. Decaying since years, it is still full of furniture, decorations and personal belongings of its former inhabitants—it can be easily said that the time has literally stopped there. Hours could be spent exploring each corner of the house and discovering the details that can let you take a quick glimpse on the life in this once so luxurious place.
The Pale Blueness of the Decaying Walls. Exploring The Abandoned Butterfly Palace [Serbia]
The blueness and butterflies. These are two things that will sure stuck in mind for a along time after visiting the abandoned palace situated in some village in Serbia. No matter how pale and its walls are, a bit of imagination will let you see how vivid they were in the time of the greatness of this building. Probably the most impressive part of the palace is an elegant staircase with huge colorful butterflies flying there and greeting each unexpected visitor who by some reason entered the site.
The World Command Center. Plenty of Satellite Dishes in the Yard [Czech Republic]
This time I have something for the fans of conspiracy theories 🙂 Did you know that the World Command Center is in the Czech Republic? Yes, Reptilians and Illuminati have their base in this abandoned house located in one big city. Otherwise how would you explain why there are so many satellite dishes—if not for collecting all your thoughts and sending them to a secret database? 😉