German photographer Christian Richter took these amazing pictures of abandoned rooms, theatres, pools, warehouses, and more, while travelling all over Europe.

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He fell in love with abandoned buildings when he was young. After he got a camera as a present, he started photographing the beauty he saw there. Christian mostly photographs empty buildings with great staircases or interiors.

Many of these places are destroyed by vandals or sprayers after they become famous on the web, so that's why he keeps the locations secret. The locations are mainly in Europe, but he'd like to travel to America to check the great abandoned sports venues.

We'll be happy to see what he comes up with, too!

Oct. 8, 2015 Living

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