Today the place I want to talk about I would call it unusual. Special. Maybe macabre. In a small village, on the main road, there is a larger house that is common to the others in the area.
The doors and windows are all closed.

To check if my intuition was right, I moved to the back of the house, where I found the open garage door. I went inside and walked a dark corridor that led me into the hall of the house and here I found a carved wooden chest, with a metal high relief hanging on the wall and depicting hunting scenes. I turned the corner and here is the tavern: a splendid room with 60s charm, a beautiful fireplace and perlined walls that give it a vaguely rustic air. Then a multitude of hunting trophies: skins, horns, straw heads hanging on the walls.

Strangely, they left something unique, a very rare piece. In the master bedroom, there is still a rare little tiger skin hanging on the wall.

This discovery makes it even more special one of the most beautiful abandoned houses I have visited ever.


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Jonathan Della Giacoma
Jonathan Della Giacoma
Born in 1987, Jonathan is an internation author, one of the most famous about "Urbex". He is one of the most active in Ascosi Lasciti project. He is attracted by history, aesthetic beauty, architecture of abandoned places in all over Europe.

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