Only a short walk from the picturesque old town lies a grotesque reminder of the seaside resort’s tragic past: the ruin of luxury hotel Belvedere, victim of the 1991-92 Siege of Dubrovnik.
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Even today, just finding former nuclear missile base Vogelsang, hidden deep in East German forests, can be a challenge. But those who do are rewarded with a singular experience.
This is your official invitation to a day of family fun at West Berlin’s legendary Blub Spassbad. Please enjoy the complementary cocktails and don’t mind the rat problem we’re currently experiencing.
Built by the Nazis and seized by the Red Army, the now-derelict military base of Krampnitz Kaserne in the outskirts of Potsdam hides many mysteries, including one famously elusive eagle mosaic.
The charming small factory that once lifted a community up is now home to some very energetic pigeons.
Pastel-colored religious books, trippy cat art and doilies everywhere; this abandoned house could only have belonged to two sisters that lived and died together serving our Lord and Saviour.
In which we admire elaborate chandeliers, ornate fireplaces and an outdoor sculpture park in the snow-covered fields of South Finland.
Fort Loyasse is a relic of a now improbable-seeming time when the biggest external threat to France was the then-fearsome military power of Austria.
From a “Banksy image come to life” to “a terrifying post-apocalyptic junkyard”, this infamous outdoor museum in the picturesque village of Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d’Or has been called many things.
Demolished in late 2014, the unassuming apartment block could be heralded as a symbol of Finland’s post-war urbanization and the social divides that have emerged since.