Abandoned Chinese House - How Did We Get There?
Places north of Warsaw are magical. You can find there brilliant Modlin Fortress with the ruins of its granary. If you are looking for something unusual, we strongly recommend an abandoned strawberry. This location is full of abandoned fortifications as well. It’s a paradise for each urban explorer, and we like to return here often. A lot of this object are on our abandoned places map. On one of our trips there, on the way back, we saw something strange. It was a big hose with Chinese accents. Unusual view in Poland. We looked around. The grass hasn’t been cut there for years. We realized that this is an abandoned place, and we decided to get inside.
The Old Chinese House - Mysterious Abandoned Building
We got to the property by the hole in the fence. We looked around, but we didn’t see any entry opportunities. No broken windows, no hole in the wall, and the doors closed. The building was neglected, but untouched as well, so we admired its beauty and oddity outside.
We couldn’t understand what the architect meant. That was a Chinese style house, but we noticed it has European accents. The monuments of eagles and lions were placed on the roof. Trust me, you can buy a great house, but you cannot buy the taste. Anyway, the building was interesting in its way. We decided to take the last photo in ivy surrounding the building, but we found the side door behind the ivy. We always push the door handles, hoping that one day the door will open. Of course, in most cases, they were closed, but not this time! Ok, we found the entrance, so let the adventure begin.
Our Urbex Adventure Inside Strange Abandoned Building
We stepped inside uncertainly. We were both excited and scared at the same time. That was the first time when we got to the abandoned building by unlocked doors. Maybe someone was leaving this house in a hurry and forgot to close it? We had a lot of questions, but we went sightseeing. We expected a Chinese interior design inside the abandoned Chinese house. C’mon, it’s obvious. Nothing could be more wrong! The living room was decorated in a typical European style or more specifically Slavic style. Instead of porcelain of the Ming Dynasty, we found their typical Slavic old wall unit. The walls were decorated with hunting trophies. It looked creepy, so we decided to go upstairs. At first glance, everything looked like a casual family home – bathrooms, bedroom, children’s room. We believed that the happy family lived here until we found paintings with sex poses in one of the bathrooms. We changed our minds. Naughty pictures and the number of bathrooms made us realized that it was a brothel. But what the heck was the children’s room in the brothel doing? So many questions, so few answers.
Abandoned Chinese House Photography
That was another unexpected journey with a huge number of photos to edit. Everyone who post-processed urbex photos know that during the edition, you may experience a glaze. One year after our trip, when we were photoshopping the pictures, we came up with an idea. We decided to return to the abandoned Chinese house and take some photos. When we arrived, we saw a lot of changes. There were more holes in the fence. We found it as a good sign, but it was another mistake. On the property, the ivy and weeds were mowed. Probably, the owner returned for a while. The side doors were locked. We lost the only entrance. We started to look for another one, but we couldn’t find it. Some vandals destroyed the windows, but the owner covered them by chipboards. We were disappointed with what we saw. How about the rule “take only pictures, leave only footprints”? The second trip to the abandoned Chinese house was sad. We were not able to take macro photos of hunting trophies or naughty photos in the bathroom. We saw the progressive destruction of this place. Anyway, you have to enjoy what you have. Last year we took here amazing urbex photos, and we would like to share them with you. We hope you’ll enjoy them!