Tag Archives: residential building
Pastel-colored religious books, trippy cat art and doilies everywhere – this abandoned house could only have belonged to two sisters that lived and died together serving Christ.
Demolished in late 2014, this apartment block was a disdained and contested, but nevertheless important part of Helsinki working-class history.
Sometimes, just sometimes the outside of an abandoned building has so many stories to tell that you’re not even sorry that you didn’t get to see it from the inside. Such is the case of the famous little red house on Veturitie 12, Helsinki.
Where can you explore abandoned buildings while being stared at by wild cows? Probably in a lot of places around the world, now that I think of it, but I’m not talking about a lot of places here. I’m talking about the villages of Kazbegi and Gergeti, Georgia. The second stop of our Great Georgian […]
I recently spent nine days vacationing in Georgia, and what excellent days they were! Neither I nor my special person had ever been to this part of the world before, so we were more than happy to explore it together. Besides the capital city Tbilisi, we had the chance to visit the birth place of […]
Long time no blog! The past six months have been gruelingly busy with very little time left for adventuring. The season, too, has been hands-down the worst we’ve had in years. Instead of snow drifts, clear-blue skies and winter funtimes, South Finland has been dealt slush, gloom and whole months with literally no sunlight at […]