Château de Br (Belgium)

Built in a neoclassical style around 1750, this castle was once the crown piece of its region. The Belgian royal couple, King Albert I and Queen Elisabeth even paid the château and its marvellous green environment a visit once. Unfortunately a relentless fire destroyed much of the castle’s grandeur. A temporary alloy roof was put in place to halt further decay as renovations are planned that will soon reconvert the castle back to its original, elegant condition.

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2 responses to “Château de Br (Belgium)”

  1. Ma.Risa says :

    I’ve always found abandoned buildings fascinating (especially old residences/chateau), so I’m glad I stumbled upon your blog today. It’s great that you were able to photographically document this place before it is renovated. These photos really capture the atmosphere of abandonment. Thank you for sharing these…

  2. PipoSieske says :

    Vet!
    Ben ook wezen kijken maar helaas pindakaas. Nu weet ik dus wat ik gemist heb :-S

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