One of the most fun and exciting ways of traveling is hiking or exploring the unknown. A lot of people are now turning towards exploring these sorts of places that are not packed with people. The famous travel destinations are overcrowded and they have become too mainstream. Especially after the pandemic and being locked down, people really love to explore Nature.
Among all sorts of traveling, discovering or visiting ‘abandoned’ places and things have become a really amazing form of it. There are a lot of photos of these abandoned places that have been uploaded to the internet by photographers. It is so cool to see how a place or a thing slowly gets reclaimed by Nature as it gets consumed by the maker. And one photographer who is in love with these ‘abandoned’ places recently uploaded a collection of specific buildings. Roman Robroek is the photographer who compiled photos of abandoned churches he visited in Europe. This collection of photos has managed to capture the attention of a lot of people on the internet. So, we thought about sharing it with you as well. Scroll down to read more and check these amazing photos.
More info & Photo courtesy: romanrobroek.nl
#1. Church In Italy.
#2. Church In Italy.
#3. Church In Italy.
#4. Church In Italy.
#5. Little Room In A Church In Italy.
Churches have a very mystic look to them when it is abandoned. The high ceilings and the amazing architecture in them helps to amplify the beauty of it.
#6. Chapel In Italy.
#7. Church In Czech Republic.
#8. Church In Italy.
#9. Synagogue In Romania.
#10. Chapel In France – Now In Renovation.
Roman, captured these photos on his tours around Europe, in search of these amazing lost beauties. The compiled images made a lot of people gather around it with the sheer beauty of them. Roman initially posted these on Bored Panda which we shared for you.
#11. Church In France.
#12. Church In France – Part Of A School.
#13. Church In Italy.
#14. Small Chapel In France.
#15. Church In Italy.
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