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Abandoned Millionaires Family Mansion Belgium

April 28, 2019 9:00 AM

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This video was uploaded to the YouTube channel Dark Arts Paranormal in April 2019.

What is going on Dark Arts crew?! Day 3 of the European road trip and this is how our day went. We visited a few locations the main one being this neo-traditional mansion. Oh watch till the end!

The history of this chateau, largely built in neo-traditional style, dates back to the 13th century. The domain, which was mainly used as a vacation residence, was consecutively owned by various noble families, including the de Ligne family, which owned it until late in the 15th century. Halfway through the 19th century, the religious order of the Bernardines bought the castle and converted it into a monastery and boarding house by adding wings to serve as classrooms and cloister rooms. The sisters are also responsible for the construction of the impressive neo-Gothic chapel, which was built in 1901-1902. After the departure of the nuns, the complex was sold in the 1960s to a commercial company that still owns it today … Because of the numerous renovations in the course of time, the whole has grown into a gigantic complex that - strangely enough – does not have a lot to offer outside of a few attractive rooms, such as the well-known ballroom with chandelier and the intricate clockwork that runs the tower bell.

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Dark Arts are a UK based group of paranormal investigators and urban explorers with a passion for history, architecture and paranormal science.

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