Weathered Buildings from Around the World

A collection of weathered buildings from around the world.

Building of algae-covered weathered wood in La Conner, USA. La Conner, Washington: Building of Green Weathered WoodWandering around the alleys of Vancouver. Wandering around the neighbourhood alleysAn abandoned garage in Vancouver’s Chinatown, now torn down. An abandoned garage in Vancouver's Chinatown, now torn downSome places renovate any structure that gets too weathered; others tear them down. Spain gets my vote for the most weathered buildings still in use! This is a house and barn in San Martino de Mondoñedo, a tiny village in GaliciaSan Martin de Mondoñedo, a tiny village in GaliciaWood and wattle barn in Brez, a village in the Picos de Europa in Spain
Wood and wattle barn in Brez, a village in the Picos de Europa in SpainMexico has a lovely collection of weathered buildings as well, such as this old carpenter shop in Zacatecas, Mexico.
Old wall with wooden doors in Zacatecas, MexicoA coloured wall and doors in Mascota, a ‘Pueblo Magico’ on the Sierra Madres Occidental on the Pacific coast of Mexico.
A coloured wall and doors in Mascota, a 'Pueblo Magico' on the Sierra Madres Occidental on the Pacific coast of MexicoAn old cracked adobe wall in Purmamarca, Argentina. adobe wall in PurmamarcaThe faded plaster wall of El Patio in Antigua, Guatemala. Classic Antiguan wall with door and windowThe weathered brick wall of an old garage in Bruges, Belgium. The weathered brick wall of an old garage in Bruges, BelgiumFaded entrance with old cracked paint at the Royal Palace in Hue, Vietnam.faded wall in Hue, VietnamInle Lake Monastery in Myanmar.Inle Lake Monastery, MyanmarRusty wall in Agra, India.Rusty wall in Agra, IndiaStreet sign in front of a rusty corrugated metal wall in Penang, Malaysia.Street sign in front of a rusty corrugated metal wall in Penang, MalaysiaMore of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered.

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