This secluded and infamous abandoned mansion in Belgium is perhaps the best illustration to date of the impact that urban exploration can have on private properties in the long term. The place was a beautiful building with lots of objects, it has turned into a real dumping ground over the years. The villa is isolated in nature, along the Meuse, its owner is at the other end of the world, and the place is opened to everybody. The house had 7 bedrooms, large rooms, and was still full of objects a few years ago. Today, valuables have been stolen, the interior is ransacked, the windows broken, the piano smashed. A striking evolution. The place and the setting in which it is located are still interesting.