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Villa SS

Don't worry, the name of the villa visited has nothing to do with the baleful SchutzStaffel that has done so much havoc during the last World War. No, it's just a peculiarity of the place.

As for the building, we have here a very beautiful modern thatched house. Although in a long time oblivion, it's fairly resistant to the vagaries of our capricious climate. If it had not been built entirely of concrete, there is a good chance that we would have had nothing to visit that day. But even with a roof pierced on all sides, the house remains solid.
Although completely empty, it's a nice place to visit home. Nobody to piss off us (outside and inside, which is rare), it's almost a relaxing place. Hidden in a garden that is more a virgin forest, no one will suspect your presence in the Villa SS.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

Each fall brings a lot of dead leaves.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

Each window upstairs is like an open wound.
But the house refuses to yield.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

Despite the neglect and exposure to the elements, the stairs will remain as new.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

Glass doors have medallions referring to belgian national folklore.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

Empty but nice.

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

 

Villa SS

A thatched roof is beautiful, but also fragile.

Villa SS

Thanks to shut down the light when leaving...

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April 2014

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