Under the gaze of the saints

Sometimes you don’t have to go far to find beautiful abandoned places. Often we do not realize how many of these places are before our eyes, every day, for a lifetime. Then we notice them. And this is my case. I realized the place and went there one Sunday morning in autumn, when the village was still asleep.

This house was nestled between the narrow streets of a small village and the garden of a large house. Externally the house appeared bare and uninteresting, but when I entered, with difficulty, from a window, I found myself in another world. The whole house had been frozen in time, since the old owner died. The rooms were numerous, distributed on two floors, full of dusty furniture: nothing particularly elegant, but all full of charm and experience. I’ve never seen a dusty attic so full of junk even in the best fantasy films.

A thousand saints, Madonnas, Christs and crucifixes scrutinize you from every angle. An empty house to protect from jackals and vandals.


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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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