é realmente tem seu charme, mas poderiam restaurar né? é uma pena quando vemos edifícios públicos tão belos e abandonados.
Needs a lot of work. What a shame.
You are so right! This one needs some help very soon! Those tiles are gorgeous, it would be shame to lose them.
Unique historic building !!!!I hope it will be restored .... one day ;-)
Oh my! I hope it gets rescued.
Shocking is the right word. Why do we let things like this happen?
Um painel de azulejos é sempre motivo para admiração, pena não darmos o devido valor à nossa herança.Beijo, th
Oh my, What a tragic shame. You should start a rescue campaign. MB
We just stated a 'Decay Day', it may be an interesting theme once and then. It's a pity for this building, much more than my rusty bikes and sunken boats.It has even two quite original and vintage benches, which will follow the others here: A Bunch of Benches
JM, I love this image. And I am not so sure about the need for restoration. These decay signals are like the wrinkles on the old beautiful face. When you do the plastic surgeon, often you lose your individuality. It is so beautiful now.
Oh This is simply beautiful !!Lovely shot JM !!
Sad to see the house in this condition.
Truly shocking. And a great shame.
What a wonderful building but it needs lots of expensive restoration work! Irina with Moscow Daily Photo has a similar building posted on her CDP blog today!Bon weekend
É de facto uma vergonha!...a que estado de degradação chegou aquele painel de de azulejos!... nem sei se são recuperáveis!
Makes me want to get the pressure washer out and work on that concrete wall! Not really! It is a shame JM.V
There must be many historic buildings in your region. Perhaps it's impossible to take care of them all. But each one that slides into utter decay is so sad.
That is very sad. It's going to take some money and effort to bring it back to its original glory...procrastination is usually costly!
Wow, that is some decay! Doesn't that violate some building/safety code or something? You sure have a good eye for catching interesting and thought provoking shots.
But I like photographs of decay! Especially the bit with the stonework is appearing from the plaster.
I hope the estate doesn't fall into disrepair. That would be a shame.
I was thinking "location-location- film or fashion photography".Politicians and tax-payers money will probably be the reason for redecorating or not. A pretty place and nice photos.
what a beautiful house, it's a pity they don't renovate it !
A good power-washing and this building will be good as new!-Dean
What a shame...The courtyard and the terrasse must have been such beautiful places!!
This building must be renovated at the earliest
Ooh, not good. Why would anyone let such a beautiful house go to ruin?
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