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Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau

Edita in Germany, Hanau


Leather Jacket: Lipsy, Boots: H&M, Top: Quiz Clothing, Skirt: Dorothy Perkins, Backpack: Moschino
Images by Marija Deipenbrock
We live in a world where we have beautiful grand buildings. Sometimes if they are restored and meticulously maintained, they start looking a little bit fake, as if they are pretending to be the mammoths they once were. They are no longer. Just like no amount of plastic surgery can stop us from ageing, equally no amount of plastering and cement can conceal the true age of a building.

There is something truly hauntingly stunning about a grand building that has been abandoned, I am yearning to one day shoot in one. Although this building is not abandoned, you will find a dolls museum inside as well as a few folk living in some of the building’s converted flats, it definitely has that air to it. Originally built as a leisure spa, the thermal waters have stopped flowing. It is also the location of the annual cider festival, but that too has ended. The building that has seen flocks of people squeezing in, trying to find space on its lands have now left. This yellow house is now deep in thought. Alone, abandoned, relieved.

If you ever want to see this stunning house, it’s located in Hanau, Germany, the birthplace of the Grimm Brothers. No wonder it has a fairytale feel to it. I bet this mansion can tell a lot of stories, but on this occasion there was no one there to listen. Having said that, even if someone had been there, would they care to listen? With a podcast playing in their ear and only the latest Instagram Live Filter on their mind, there are no stories left to remember, only those to forget. They expire in 24 hours.

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