The Palace of Giulini is off of Via Vittorio Emanuele, 44, in the comune of Sorico, the Province of Como, Lombardy Region, Italy. The Palazzo Giulini was built around the 1720′s and was designed in a Baroque style architecture. It was built for the Count Giovanni Giulini. Much of the Villa Giulini lies in ruin because in 1755 the nearby river flooded and destroyed some of the home.
The Chateau de Saulxures (also known as Castle Saulxures, Petit Versailles or Versailles Vosges) is on Avenue Foch in the commune of Saulxures-sur-Moselotte, Vosges, the Region of Lorraine, France. The now abandoned Chateau de Saulxures was commissioned by Elizabeth Gehin during the golden age of textile industry. Construction began in 1854 and was completed in 1861. It was designed by architect Charles Perron and constructed in a Louis XV style. The Castle Saulxures was abandoned in 1972.
Château de Grandchamp (Belgium) Abandoned ruinous castle with a rather sad history. The roots of the Grandchamp nobility in the region date back to the 15th century. Legend has it that the lord of Grandchamp was captured during the revolution and died a horrible guillotine-death while the castle was under construction. Nowadays Grandchamp is nothing less than a ruin. The roof of one of the wings has collapsed, every window has been bricked and nature is slowly reclaiming the castle.
Mandu, India.... An abandoned city. Mandu or Mandavgad is a ruined city in the present-day Mandav area of the Dhar district. The earliest reference to Mandu is available in the Sanskrit inscription of 555 AD, which tells that Mandu was a fortified city even in 6th century BC.