Here is an urban photograph of a 17th or 18th century-old church residential building in rural France. The Abandoned church building is located a few hours drive north of Paris. The building was situated on a large property with plenty of green grass. The church itself was pretty extensive. Unfortunately, the entire complex was shut down and abandoned.
The building in the photograph is constructed with various rocks, stone, and brick. Looking at the apartment wall, you can see several layers, from the original construction with stone to numerous reconstruction attempts to restore the wall's integrity. Around the doors on the ground level are red bricks. Each of the wooden doors and windows in view is faded and worn with years of decay.
© Dan Kosmayer, 2008