43 Photos - Jul 15, 2014
Photo: Abandoned house near Ostoros, in the jungle (2013)Photo: Abandoned well along a jungle way, Ostoros, HungaryPhoto: Hunter's lookout in the jungle, Ostoros, Hungary (2013)Photo: Likely not abandoned cellar near Ostoros, Hungary (2014)Photo: So-called "beehive stone", natural formation near Ostoros, Hungary (2014)Photo: Not known cellars on the mountainside, next to the lake of Ostoros (deep in the jungle), Hungary (2010) - Seems like a sunk skull :)Photo: Sudden and very dangerous man-made hole just in front of the previous caverns (2010). It's a kind of historical relic, no one knows what is it for. Dangerous!Photo: Extremely dangerous, take care! It appears suddenly, you can't see it while walk (2010)Photo: Surprising facility in the deep of a private property along the road Eger-Ostoros, Hungary (2014)Photo: Just like in first-person-shooter gamesPhoto: Terrace towards the jungle (2014)Photo: "A long, long time ago I can still remember..." - windows of this abandoned facility (2014)Photo: Kind a collection of shelves (abandoned facility near Eger, Hungary)Photo: Abandoned shack (Lake of Verpelét, 2014)Photo: Shower in the jungle. Private property - Zuhanyzó a dzsungelben, valakié (Bélapátfalva, már lebontották)Photo: My earlier photo of the mountain-side walled hole (~ 25-30 m high). I named this photo "Area 51" - Egy korábbi fotóm a hegy oldalán lévő befalazott lyukról. A képnek az "51-es körzet" címet adtamPhoto: Ruins at a hilltop facility near Szarvaskő, in the deep forest, Hungary (Attention, dangerous terrain) - RomokPhoto: The jungle takes back what it can - Facility at Szarvaskő - Az őserdő lassan visszaveszi, amit tudPhoto: Inside and outside... - ...de belül isPhoto: Available some fresh air, watercourse, artwork - Friss levegő, folyóvíz, művészetPhoto: One of the outstanding performances - Ez például csúcsteljesítményPhoto: Outside with falling plaster - Kívül, szimbiózisban a hulló vakolattalPhoto: A masterpiece of artwork inside - Ez belül van, nagyon jól sikerültPhoto: Fortress (ruins) of Szarvaskő on the peak, the village itself lays in the valley - Szarvaskő vára a hegytetőn, a falu a völgybenPhoto: An interesting site along the new Eger-Egerszalók highway, on the mountainside. Man-made caverns on a natural terracePhoto: Community place (?) in the cavernPhoto: Absolutely suitable place for shelterPhoto: Inside a skullPhoto: EyeballPhoto: A quarry lake near Egerbakta, Hungary. Restricted and closed area, very dangerous (2009)Photo: Some industrial facility framework on the shore of the previous quarry lakePhoto: Closed but not inaccessible area, game of life...Photo: Total comfort standing by: electricity, wifi, buffet
(Carp Lake "Alaszka" near Kál, Hungary)Photo: The onetime pagan fortress near Verpelét, Hungary, built into a volcanic conePhoto: Wild waterworld at the lake of Verpelét (2014)Photo: Entrance of a long time ago abandoned property (sorry for the quality)Photo: Another abandoned house near the lakePhoto: Pier - just seemingly abandonedPhoto: Apparently abandoned Butler Castle, part of the Arboretum of Erdőtelek (not visitable)Photo: Driftwood-rake on a creek near to the Lázbérc Reservoir, Uppony, Hungary (2009)Photo: Only the castle is abandoned. Shot from the hilltop. Sáta, Northern HungaryPhoto: Abandoned places on Northern Hungary, on my own photos.
Some pictures might be lower quality, I shot them by my cellular.
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