Liberty Villa

by Gaetano
Liberty Villa

Arthur Krupp was a wealthy industrialist.

His villa of wonders was set on fire after the Second World War, and nothing remains of it, apart from a stone tunnel with columns and decorations.

There were three entrances to the villa, three small houses all with concierge.

These houses, built in late Baroque style with Art Nouveau elements, are still standing today.

Even though these buildings are culturally protected, they are now abandoned.

 

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