Abandoned Since the 1960s, the Inside of this House is Eerily Preserved and Holds Shocking Treasure

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It’s impossible to travel back in time, but photographer Frank Mirgel has done the next best thing. The urban explorer discovered a home on the border between Germany and Belgium that’s half cultural relic, and half museum.

The house looks to have been abandoned sometime in the 1960s, and has seemingly been left untouched since then. The living room, sitting room, and even bedroom all look like someone lived there decades ago. However, it looks like that person disappeared one day.

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

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It seems that the “stuck in time” aesthetic isn’t the only thing unusual about the house. As Mirgel explored further, he found hundreds of pieces of rare artwork scattered throughout the building. The art was not only hanging from the walls, but also across some of the furniture.

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

Other spaces in the house have been completely overtaken by the artwork, which Mirgel believes belonged to an art collector who owned the property.

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

Source: Frank Mirgel / mediadrumworld.c/WENN

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