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    Abandoned castle of philanthropist Mikhail Aramyants in Armenia

    It seems that time here has stopped forever. These places have been left to return to the past, like old photos from shabby home albums, evoking sad nostalgic memories.

    Abandoned places have a special energy and fascinate with their mysterious and unique splendour. It seems that time has stopped forever there.

    The mansion of the famous Armenian philanthropist and philanthropist of the 19th and 20th centuries Mikael Aramyants in Akhtal is particularly attractive in this photo gallery.

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