13 Suggestive Photos Show All The Times When Nature Has Taken Back Its Rights.

One way or another, nature always takes back what is hers. No matter how hard man tries to conquer endless lands and spaces in order to build marvelous castles and structures, sooner or later nature will take its course and take back what is rightfully ours. Just look at the way some buildings end up after decades of neglect bushes and wild plants are starting to grow in every corner, even in every room, and what once seemed to glow now looks decadent and destined to be. to be forgotten over time.

#1. This spectacular 13th century chateau is located in France. In 1932, a fire broke out and caused extensive damage to the building. Since then he has been in a state of complete abandonment

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#2. An abandoned church in France

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#3. An abandoned house in Norway: trees and plants of all kinds are now growing on the roof

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#4. The mangrove forest slowly engulfs this Buddha statue

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#5. Mother Nature takes back her spaces …

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#6. An abandoned escalator is about to be “swallowed” by these climbing plants

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#7. An isolated place in Japan, where nature is once again the one and only mistress …

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#8. An abandoned cottage in Ireland

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#9. Soon the foam will cover it completely

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#10. The Scola tower in Liguria: the beauty of the passing of time

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#11. An abandoned castle in Scotland

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#12. The window of an abandoned kindergarten in Italy

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#13. A Victorian-era greenhouse, now abandoned

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