BELGIUM urbexVILLAS & ANCIENT BUILDINGS

Nottebohm castle

By December 7, 2017 No Comments

Built in 1908 by Sir Nottebohm, it was abandoned after World War II for the fall of the family. During the war, it was abusively occupied by a German family.

The castle was inspired by Tim Burton to produce some of his films. Including “Miss Peregrine’s Home for peculiar children” that tells about a villa reserved to special children.

In the past it was purpose of paranormal investigations, today it is in disastrous conditions and it is inaccessible, besides to being controlled by many cameras.

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Liotrum is a project born from the passion for photography and exploration. They are three Sicilians, lifelong friends with the same interest: to rediscover time through forgotten, abandoned, destroyed places, in one word, urban exploration. Last but not least Cristiano La Mantia is our instagram leader.

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