In this blog, I would like to show you one of the most beautiful abandoned residential objects that I have photographed. This amazing Art-Nouveau abandoned palace, most likely built in the 19th century, is relatively hidden in a small town and filled with antique furniture. Unlike many other residential objects that I have photographed, such as the Castle of Sammezzano and this palace in Poland, it is very challenging to find historic information about this building.
One of the former owners of the palace, was a lawyer with a chivalric title. In one of the bedrooms in the building I found a photograph of him with a date of birth in 1874. Other than him, the palace must have been owned by a religious and very wealthy family well known for growing cereals. In the office there were several birth registers lying around. The son of the family supposedly has a degree in agriculture and was born in 1941.
The palace was covered in stunning thick drapes and curtains, old books were lying around everywhere and the furniture left behind is pure craftsmanship. Next to that, a lot of statues of popes, saints and Madonnas were found all over the place.
The photos of this abandoned palace filled with antique furniture can be found below: