Perhaps there is nothing so romantic as abandoned buildings, ruins and relics, remnants of what was and what could have never been. Empty, neglected buildings are the things that invite our imaginations for a visit. It shouldn’t be surprising when you consider that the building is a symbol of the self. Our homes, our towns, our legacies—buildings are tall and proud monuments. Crowns.
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