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Freddy Horion Convent

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This convent, built in 1910, was abandoned in 2002. After the World War I, the nuns transformed the place in a retirement home but problems with standards compliance condemned the place. During our exploration, we noticed the decay of the place. On the first floor, the ground is partially collapsed. We found several vestiges as beds, TVs, wheelchairs and the chapel is still intact.

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