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It’s Hard To Believe What Used To Go On Inside These Walls. Now It’s Just Ruins.

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There is something about seeing an abandoned building that instantaneously affects so many people. It could be the thought that, at one point in time, the building they are looking at was once so filled with life. Maybe the building just looks creepy. Either way, the Internet has formed quite the fascination with abandoned architecture around the world, from hospitals to churches. Given that Detroit, Michigan, has faced such a dramatic population decline and urban decay over the years, it has an overwhelming number of abandoned buildings to explore. Even places of worship are now closed and stand empty.

Calvary Presbyterian (1868-1991)

Calvary Presbyterian (1868-1991)

Calvary Presbyterian

Calvary Presbyterian

Calvary Presbyterian

Calvary Presbyterian

Church of God (1915-2001)

Church of God (1915-2001)

Church of God

Church of God

East Grand Methodist (closed 2002)

East Grand Methodist (closed 2002)

East Grand Methodist

East Grand Methodist

First English Evangelical Lutheran

First English Evangelical Lutheran

First English Evangelical Lutheran

First English Evangelical Lutheran

First Unitarian (closed 1890)

First Unitarian (closed 1890)

First Unitarian

First Unitarian

First Unitarian

First Unitarian

Mishkan Yisroel Synagogue (1925-2004)

Mishkan Yisroel Synagogue (1925-2004)

Mishkan Yisroel Synagogue

Mishkan Yisroel Synagogue

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

New Beginnings

St. Agnes

St. Agnes

St. Agnes

St. Agnes

St. Agnes

St. Agnes

Starlight Temple

Starlight Temple

Starlight Temple

Starlight Temple

Universal Hagar (1878-2008)

Universal Hagar (1878-2008)

Universal Hagar

Universal Hagar

Universal Hagar

Universal Hagar

Woods Cathedral (1919-1989)

Woods Cathedral (1919-1989)

Woods Cathedral

Woods Cathedral

These churches used to be a place of hope and faith, now they are just empty space. That fact alone sends chills down my spine. Hopefully, in the future these beautiful buildings can be reclaimed, but for now they are just remnants of happy memories. Source: Detroiturbex viaReddit Click below to share these incredible pictures.