The Rothschilds are known as one of the largest European banking dynasties, whose origins date back to the eighteenth century. They mingled the greatest private fortune in modern history. The family is not known precisely for anything that has to do with misery, ruin or decay.     France is a country where there are spectacular abandoned sites, it […]

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This is the abandoned house of a dentist somewhere in Belgium. Most people do not want to see the dentist, not without reason, but this time the photographer and urban explorer Yannick Vandermolen went to the dentist happy and curious, the reason was that he was going to explore the old and decaying house of a dentist. The dentist’s house […]

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There is a curious tomb in the Evergreen Cemetery in the River area, west of New Haven, Vermont, United States. It is a small mound of grass with a large concrete slab placed on top. This concrete block has a small square glass window measuring 35 centimeters facing the sky. The glass window is cloudy and has water […]

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Mauthausen concentration camp, located about 20 kilometers east of the city of Linz in Upper Austria, was one of the largest complexes of labor camps in the part controlled by the Germans in Europe. It consisted of a central field near the village of Mauthausen and almost a hundred other subfields located throughout Austria and southern […]

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When World War II came to an end, five days after Hitler committed suicide in his Berlin bunker, one of the strangest battles of World War II took place in a 19th century castle in the Austrian Alps. In the castle Itter, located on a hill near the town of Itter, there were some very important French […]

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About 40 kilometers south of Berlin lies the small town of Wunsdorf, home to about six thousand inhabitants. However, less than thirty years ago it had a population of sixty thousand, of which fifty thousand were soldiers of the Red Army. The military lived inside one of the largest military bases in Europe and the largest Soviet […]

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In Florence everyone knows where Galileo Galilei is buried. Their mortal remains rest in a crypt inside the famous Basilica of the Holy Cross, the main Franciscan church of the city. This scientist born in the sixteenth century shares this space with several of his illustrious Italian colleagues, such as Michelangelo, Machiavelli, the poet Foscolo, the philosopher Gentille and […]

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Kyle Smith and his dog Bodza have lived many things together. As members of the United States Air Force they shared 189 cold and hard days of security missions in Kyrgyzstan. Therefore, when Bodza, an 11-year-old German shepherd, was on his deathbed, Smith could not imagine being anywhere other than his side.Something similar happened when a police […]

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Harvey Glatman Murray was born in Bronx, New York, on December 10, 1927 and raised in Colorado. From a very young age Harvey has already recorded his strange behavior. His parents found him once with a rope tied around his penis and the other end of the rope tied to a drawer, he was leaning back with […]

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If the trees could talk this bonsai could tell us a lot of things. It was planted in 1625, so in his nearly 400 years of life he will have ‘seen’ many things. He is currently in the United States National Arboretum in Washington, DC, to which he was donated in 1976 by master of bonsai art […]

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