Abandoned Old Fire Station In Russia

Today a little portion of old Slavic architecture, but just as we like it, abandoned, creepy and interesting. Today you can see a hundred year old fire station has collapsed near Tver, which is located north of Moscow. Tver was formerly the capital of a powerful medieval state and a model provincial town in the Russian Empire, with a population of 60,000. Last year’s snowy winter has caused great damage to the museum-estate “Vasilevo”, also a Fire station, unable to withstand the weight of snow has collapsed. Despite such a sad event, the ruins looked very picturesque, reminding ship shipwrecked. Interesting and all thanks to blogger valuh_abandoned

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