This great abandoned Art Nouveau style palace, probably built in the 19th century, is relatively hidden in a small town and is full of antique furniture. One of the former owners of the palace was a lawyer with a chivalrous title. In one of the bedrooms in the building I found a photo of him with a date of birth in 1874. Apart from him, the palace must have belonged to a religious and very wealthy family known for growing grain. In the office there were several registers of his birth. The son of the family probably has a farming degree and was born in 1941.
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Roman Robroek is a photographer who captures forgotten places around the world. In particular, he is focused on creating stunning pho-tos of abandoned locations, rich with wonder, mystery and unanswered questions.