For a long time, we had nothing on the topic ABANDONED, and this is quite an interesting topic for many. Here people are attracted to such abandoned places with their own history.
On the island of Buyukada is one of the most mysterious sights of the world. Büyükada Rum Yetimhanesi - the so-called "Greek shelter" - one of the largest and oldest wooden buildings on the planet.
A huge 6-storey wooden house of 20 thousand square meters. meters, located on the northern hill of the island, was built in 1889.
The Greek shelter is located on the island of Buyukada, which administratively refers to Istanbul. And it is the second largest in the world, wooden structure preserved to our days. The building was built in 1899 by French architect Alexander Vallur. The building has 206 rooms.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, the building was a popular summer resort, perhaps the most popular on the Princes' Islands. His popularity was known throughout Europe.
In 1980, there was a fire in the building, after which it still stands exposed to the effects of weather and sea air. The wooden elements of the building suffered the most.However, due to the fact that it has not yet been reconstructed, the frame of the building also continues to age and collapse.
The main reason for not being reconstructed is the lack of ideas on the use of this structure. Because of this, the Europe Nostra organization has included this building in the nominees for joining the list. If this landmark falls in the list of 7 attractions that are under threat of destruction, funds will be immediately allocated for the reconstruction.
In 1964, it was already dangerous to be in the building of the orphanage, because of which he was resettled and abandoned. Since then, one of the largest wooden buildings in the world continues to decay and collapse.
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