Photographer Travels Thousands Of Kilometers To Capture Europe’s Abandoned Places


We present you Jonk, a French photographer from Paris, who travels all over the Europe to find abandoned places. He has spent two years travelling hundreds of miles to capture abandoned buildings.

The forgotten churches, palaces, schools or theaters have their own unique atmospheres created by the the passing of time. They tell the story of time.

The photographer travelled for two years through England, Belgium, Luxembourg, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Italy, Switzerland, and Ukraine in order to find these stunning constructions and places. These buildings are, most of them, private properties that don’t provide a safe access and Jonk had to take these pictures in difficult conditions.

For more info: Jonk’s Facebook profile.

An abandoned Lada lost in a Belgium forest

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An abandoned theater in Belgium

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An abandoned greenhouse in Germany

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An abandoned castle in Poland

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An abandoned swimming pool in Poland

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An abandoned castle in Belgium

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An abandoned cooling tower in Belgium

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An abandoned school in Belgium

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