Beautiful Abandoned Fairy Tale House as the Quintessence of What’s Going On – Design You Trust

Beautiful Abandoned Fairy Tale House as the Quintessence of What’s Going On


Urban explorer Polina Reznik captures abandoned buildings and places in the depths of Russia. This beautiful old house somewhere far away from civilization reflects what is happening to us now: once this house was built with love, people lived in it, children laughed, but time passes, people die, leave the house, no one needs it anymore. It is still beautiful and you can live in it, but there is no one to live in it. And the house gradually dies. And no one will save it. Only a miracle.

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