Photos of abandoned veterinarian school “L’école de médecine vétérinaire” in Brussels, Belgium.
Palace Szczodre (also known as Sibyllenort) Lower Silesia, Poland.
This stunning ruin was once the glittering home first built by Christian Ulrich I of Wurttemburg, the Duke of Bernstadt in the late 1600’s. It was later increased in size and style especially during the ownership of the Duke of Brunswick during the 1820’s.
At its peak the house contained 400 rooms and it’s own theatre with it’s very own ballet company.
The Szczodre Palace was damaged by the Wehrmacht and the SS and was later left to ruin.
A large crowd of spectators watching Eunice Padfield and her horse diving from high tower. Photo was taken on July 4th 1905 possibly in Pueblo, Colorado.
Body of frozen Soviet soldier propped up by Finnish fighters to intimidate Soviet troops, 1939
Some of the books that had belonged to Louis XVI in his library at Versailles.