These Spooky Abandoned Sites Around Paris Will Give You Chills

“My architecture photography draws mainly upon the work of Franck Bohbot. The work of David Lachapelle and Lee Jeffries is of great interest to me as well. The most important thing to remember is that it is a risky practice, because of the deterioration of buildings. They are often old buildings, and dying. This means they are dangerous, with unstable floors.”

Here is a snapshot of some of his most haunting shoots.

Abandoned château tucked away in the forest

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 Dusty hospitals with rusty wheelchairs
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 Ramshackled salons with fraying fauteuil armchairs
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 Doctors’ surgeries crumbling in disrepair
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 Towering old manors standing in ruins
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 Swirling staircases that haven’t been swept in decades
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 Impressive wooden interiors now riddled with rot
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 Elegant, panelled chambers peeling at the walls
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 Cute, vintage cars rusting in the leaves
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 Glorious columns now shabby and decayed
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