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Waddesdon Manor is a country house in the village of Waddesdon, in Buckinghamshire, England.Built between in the Neo-Renaissance style of a French chateau; Wonder if this is where George Vanderbilt got the idea for the Biltmore Estate.

Miss Havisham's miniature

I cant believe this is a miniature! Andrea Thieck Miniatures (jt-Miss Havisham's Wedding Breakfast by Mulvany & Rogers - a new scene for the 2015 Kensington Dolls House Fair.

Chandelier (DIY with a hula hoop, an embroidery hoop, tulle, some beads & mini lights?) head table?

chandelier - could make something like this out of a hula hoop, an embroidery hoop, some cheapo beads (or even tulle) and mini lights

Abandoned Beauty... by AjaWashingtonJones

Abandoned buildings photography by Vincent Jansen abandoned places beautiful vacant buildings photography

Gothic Splendor- Spirito-Martini Nightclub, Brussels, Belgium

The recently opened Spirito- Martini night club in Brussels has been designed in a monumental Anglican church. The dynamic themed setting features a tone where modern glamour meets gothic extravaganza.

Believe it or not, abandoned. ~ Miks' Pics "Man Made ll" board @ http://www.pinterest.com/msmgish/man-made-ll/

the-absolute-best-photography: “ The interior decor of the Ettal Abbey, located in in Bavaria, Germany ”

Madame de Florian was a French socialite and actress who fled to the south of France during World War II. She kept her apartment in Paris on the Right Bank near the Opéra Garnier, though, in case she wanted to return. However, she never went back to it after the war. Since 1942, the apartment has been sitting untouched, until recently when an auctioneer entered her apartment. What he found was a time capsule, full of treasures.

A Rich Woman Abandoned This Apartment In 1942. What They Just Found Inside Is Incredible.

Vintage mirror in old apartment-Madame de Florian was a French socialite and actress who fled to the south of France during World War II.