Retirement Home S (Belgium)

Abandoned retirement home in Belgium. Luckily, these beautiful (well hidden) buildings so far haven’t attracted any vandals or thieves. They are today only affected by natural decay.

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4 responses to “Retirement Home S (Belgium)”

  1. DavisC says :

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  2. Xamuel says :

    An “abandoned” retirement home?
    More like a “retired” one!
    *da dum ching*

  3. Hélène EtSamuel says :

    Hello Telefunker,
    I’m Helene, 31 years old from Dunkerque in North of France.
    I do love abandonned places since a long time, and i’ve just discovered your website, searching urbex infos on google. I find your works crazy. Your photos are so nice ! I would like to know if you like/want to exchange about urbex. Because I’ve just had my car autorisation (and a car) and now, i want to practice a lot. And i try to create my own network.
    I’m a serious person.
    Ninjaliciousement, Hélène

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