Monastery FR (BE)

Shots from an abandoned monastery in Belgium. The place has a few different names on on line forums: Father Ray, St. Hilarius and Monastere du Roi. We new a small part of the huge place was still used so we had to enter the place quietly and fast and run though what used to be a small garden with pathways and statues. At one point we had to hide since a car drove past. We found the entry point and walked inside the buildings. It was quite clean and tidy and not vandalized in any way. There were lots of corridors, halls and beautiful stairs. It is strange to see all these former religious places that nobody use anymore. Did they loose their faith?

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5 thoughts on “Monastery FR (BE)

  1. just found this website.it awesome especially a newbie like me..just start interest in photography ..hoping more photos in abandon place

  2. I would love to buy this monastery for the purpose of creating a sanctuary for writers poets, and thinkers seeking asylum from persecutive in countries where there is a recent history of human rights abuses. I will be joined in this project by several American foundations and charitable trusts. Does anyone have any idea who I may contact to begin discussions and negotiations for this wonderful property.

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    I would love to buy this monastery for the purpose of creating a sanctuary for writers poets, and other thinkers seeking asylum from persecution in countries where there is a recent history of human rights abuses. I will be joined in this project by several American foundations and charitable trusts. Does anyone have any idea who I may contact to begin discussions and negotiations for this wonderful property.

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