Urban Landscapes
Bob Bruhin

May 31, 2013


One of Philadelphia’s most intriguing buildings stands at a prominent intersection on the north side of the city, a Victorian beauty that once housed wealthy residents and later served as a hotel. The ten-story structure is now a monument of decay, covered in graffiti, many of its windows boarded up. Empty for over a decade, the Divine Lorraine Hotel is an enticing site for urban exploration.

(via Abandoned Philadelphia: The Divine Lorraine Hotel | WebUrbanist)

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