Astonishing Abandoned French 18th-century Manor | A legit time-capsule of the past



Storyline On this weeks’ adventure, we are back in France again to visit an astonishing manorhouse that is preserved in time for a rough two decades.

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27 responses to Astonishing Abandoned French 18th-century Manor | A legit time-capsule of the past

  1. Eu sou do Brasil 🇧🇷 e acompanho vocês há bastante tempo.São incríveis!
    Esta mansão é incrível!É inacreditável que descendentes dos donos não cuidem,não usufruam…Isto é história!
    A única coisa que não gostei foi dos bichinhos empalhados… Parabéns!

  2. Cheio de recordações e memória De família 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤟🤟🤟🤟🤟🙌🙌

  3. Increible🙂😃me ha gustado mucho. Is a big museum .many misses four you.salutations from España Majorca🤩😘😘😘

  4. I enjoy looking at the paintings ornaments furniture not reading papers. I'm sorry I have to unfollow yes you spend too much time on reading papers

  5. I have the Bird Bath with the Bird’s on the edge of it. My Brother is gave it to my Mother from Greece when he came home from the military!

  6. РЕБЯТА, ВЫ МОЛОДЦЫ. ПРОФИ СВОЕГО ДЕЛА. ХОРОШО ВЕДЁТЕ СЪЁМКУ, ОБЪЯСНЯЕТЕ.🙋‍♀️👍СПАСИБО ВАМ ЗА УНИКАЛЬНУЮ СЪЁМКУ.

  7. The Dutch must be marvelous beings bc you two young men are empathetic and reverent to your explore locations and polite to each other! Excellent vids and good vibes!💓🤘 Thank you!

  8. A favorite episode for sure. There were many beautiful objects and interesting furniture. The object you thought was a type of barricade was used to place in front of fireplaces to radiate the heat. I loved there was no vandalism on this one. So strange family has left personal photos and documents.

  9. I have watched many of this sort of abandoned house tours. Can anyone explain to me why it is that these places are very much intact and full of beautiful items that have not been stolen? Are they still owned by someone or protected by some statute?

  10. Me encanta como relatas, tu voz es tan relajante, y lo respetuoso que eres con las cosas, y no mostrando la fachada. Quedé impactada con esta mansión y me pregunto porqué dejarían botado algo así?? A lo mejor ya no hay herederos? Te felicito y saludos desde el ultimo lugar del mundo Santiago de Chile!! 🇨🇱 👍👍👍

  11. Just a beautiful find! Breathtaking Art Deco statuettes , clocks, radio and furniture!! I am glad all of this has been so well preserved.The Master, sure loved his hunting and trophies. Not my cup of tea, but I get it. Like others have commented, I am glad no one has discovered this home and vandalized it.It should be preserved and protected. Thank you, for showing us what we would not ever see or know about with these treasures.

  12. A lot of angry animals will have been waiting for Jean Louis to apologise for kiling them in large numbers. The house had a feeling of bleakness and the objects were often in poor taste, tho they would great in a bar or restaurant. You could almost the deathly atmosphere, like a Pharaoh's tomb. Horrible but fascinating.

  13. The flat ornament you wondered about in the room with the red seats isn’t to fence something off. It’s to protect from the direct heat from the fireplace and also to stand in or in front of the fireplace when there’s no fire as a decorative piece and to cover the unattractive fireplace interior. It’s called a fire screen and often made from tapestry or needlepoint.

    Also, the hat you picked up from the rug that had a date of 1863 – that style of hat doesn’t seem to match that date – could that have been the date the hatmaker was established in business?

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