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Weekly link round-up includes abandoned love hotels, urban art, urban legends and the world's worst travel destinations (Part 15): From Creepy Abandoned “Love Hotels” to Urban Legends Cancel
See more What others are saying "Aulne Abbey was a Cistercian monastery between Thuin and Landelies on the Sambre in the Bishopric of Liège in Belgium. - Built in 657 and destruc
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The bridge, located on the Qttauquechee River near Woodstock Vermont in Windsor County, was built in 1836 with local rock and lumber. The bridge was designed by local engineer, Soloman Emmons, without use of existing patented bridge truss designs.
The shell of the Divine Lorraine hotel (also known as the Lorraine Apartments), North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. ... Now, people are just inventing details. This actually is "The Castle" by Inspektor02 on deviantART. Chlapeček Christmas Baby Rámečky Kanadské Žertíky Miminka ... SS America, wrecked in 1994 near Fuerteventura ...
She sold off many of the landmark properties Father Divine amassed with donations from the faithful in the 1930s, '40s and '50s, including the Divine Lorraine Hotel and Unity Mission Church in ...
Ellen Kempner, the 21-year-old guitarist and songwriter behind Boston based project, Palehound, is even more prodigious than her age suggests; influenced by her musician father, she struck out on the songwriting path while she was still in elementary school.
The Divine Lorraine Hotel Philadelphia,PA. A lifetime ago. The building was closed in 1999 and sold in 2000 by the International Peace Mission. In May 2006 it was resold to Lorraine Hotel LP. to be converted into apartments.
To pass by decrepit remnants like the Divine Lorraine Hotel or the Port Richmond Generating Station is to encounter the stubborn mythology of the past forcing itself into your daily life.