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3 columns domain

The 3 columns domain is major place in the French urbex world. Its “urbex” name, which now very well known, seems to be made up by Timothy Hannm from Glauqueland. This name comes from the 3 columns decorating the artificial lake of the property.
The domain is made of several buildings. The most interesting of them is the Anglo-Norman style manor built at the begining of the 20th century. Even if it is in a very bad state, it is still very photogenic and interesting to visit. Especially its cloister like garden that gives very beautiful perspectives.
I also really enjoy the peaceful and quiet, nearly bucolic, atmosphere of the place. I hope you will be able to feel it through my pictures.

NB : You will find more pictures of Lola, the inked muse, on her Instagram account.

Other explorations

Concrete rotunda
Papin sisters hotel
Papin sisters hotel
Elms castle
Elms castle
Elms castle
Chapel of light I
Palm tree’s chapel
Palm tree’s chapel