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6 Imperial Corps Left To Decay

Imperial Corps Left To Decay

Posted on October 3, 2012 by team


These barracks had been used for their intended purpose but in 1996 the army left this place forever. Since then it’s been a mess there. The barracks are located in Belgorod-Dnestrovsky, 80 km (49 miles) from Odessa. They are called “Alexandrovskiye”  after the emperor Alexander. But today everything is abandoned and plundered. Below are photos of the plundered Soviet barracks that had been the splendid imperial buildings once.

The poster reads: “Bon appetite!”

It says: “No entry”. But we gonna enter anyway.

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6 Responses to “Imperial Corps Left To Decay”

  1. 70KokuSamurai says:

    Untold riches of architecture going back to mother earth.

  2. Ashley says:

    I love it.

  3. (r)evolutionist says:

    “In the emperor’s time these windows had had stained glass but in the Soviet time they were removed.” True to communism.

    “Anyone can come to the place. But more often one can meet hoboes, dogs, or drug addicts here.” Just another day on Earth.

  4. Flo says:

    French ! Roux Frères, Saint Henry Marseille.

  5. Pedja says:

    What a shame. Instead of rebuiling places like this, the oligarchy buys footbal clubs and spend million of dollars on African players who can’t even kick a ball.

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