Tapioca Farm

The often secretive nature of urban exploration leads many (myself included) to refer to locations with a degree of poetic licence. These names can be inspired from all sorts but often stick, if only so that we can discuss them ourselves.

One such building is known simply as ‘Tapioca Farm’ owing to the contents of the pantry. Aside from whimsical cupboard inspections, the derelict residence is actually a very well-preserved farmhouse deep in the Belgian countryside.

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As seems to be the case throughout Belgium, vandals have paid little attention to the abandoned building. Sadly, UK explores would rarely see such a wealth of antique artefacts on display.

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Beds are not only present, but are made up with rich and colourful bedsheets almost as if the owner simply popped out for a few minutes.

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Catholicism seems to have a strong tradition amongst the country’s population and it it not unusual for homes to display a large crucifix in every room.

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The table has been laid out but the flowers could benefit from a water.

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Thanks

MrD

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