Roman Catholic Seminary.
This abandoned mansion was built around 1895 by order of the owner of a nearby weaving mill. Originally established as a summer residence, the country house served several purposes throughout history. For example, at the time of the Third Reich it was a Reich Labor Camp. After the war, the castle was transformed into a school for the training of judges, and later a “pioneer leadership school” was housed in it. In 2018, the beautiful building fell prey to the flames after a fire was started. The entire roof was destroyed. Fortunately, the staircase with the blue stucco ceiling, for which the building is known, was spared.
Plaid Friday – 2019
Pretty sure my mom had a pair of sheets just like this when I was a kid.
Bathroom Time Machine – 2019
Keeping with the theme of wallpaper.
Flowers N Such – 2019
More crazy wallpaper to brighten your day.
Illusionary Discourse – 2019
School is definitely out.
Commonplace scenery no.6.