• urbex-education

    Gallery: Urbex - Education

    Urban exploration of schools and other educational places.

  • Urbex - Healthcare

    Gallery: Urbex - Healthcare

    Urban exploration of hospitals and healthcare institutions.

  • Urbex - Industrial

    Gallery: Urbex - Industrial

    Urban exploration of industrial places.

  • Urbex - Leisure

    Gallery: Urbex - Leisure

    Urban exploration of leisure places such as restaurants, swimming pools, theatre,...

  • Urbex - Military

    Gallery: Urbex - Military/Penitential

    Urban exploration of military and penitential places.

  • Urbex - Religious

    Gallery: Urbex - Religious

    Urban exploration of religious places.

  • Urbex - Residential

    Gallery: Urbex - Residential

    Urban exploration of residential places.

  • Urbex - Transport

    Gallery: Urbex - Transport

    Urban exploration of everything concerning transportation.

  • Gallery - Nature

    Gallery: Nature

    All my nature photographs.

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Urbex - Château de Sarolea

Urbex – Château de Saroléa

Abandoned castle somewhere in Belgium. This castle has been built in 1643 and was occupied by the Saroléa family, an old noble family. They began a coal mining activity during the 19th century. They were the founders of the nearby charbonnage du Hasard. In 1905, The castle was included as a property of the coal mine, and hosted different functions: director’s office, medical function,…

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Urbex - Charbonnage du Hasard

Gallery update: Charbonnage du Hasard

I went back to this famous urbex place, the Charbonnage du Hasard, to show the place to a friend of mine. I couldn’t resist to take pictures once again of this wonderful abandoned coal mine. It was probably the last time that I get since there are (finally) plans to renovate the place. From what I’ve been told, they’ll make lofts in the building of the mine. Not sure if that’s a good idea, though…

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Urbex - Maison Clerckx

Urbex – Maison Clerckx

Abandoned house somewhere in Belgium. This wonderful house has been built around 1769 and is located in the woods. There are many legends about the first owner of this house, Mr Clerckx. It seems that during the 18th century, a band of outlaws was terrorizing the people in the neighbourhood. Mr Clerckx decided to get rid of these guys, and killed them one by one. Most of them were hung, but some dark stories say that he locked some of them in the basement of the house and let them starve to death…

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