Villa Sole - Abandoned doctor's villa in Sardinia, Italy (June, 2021)

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Villa Sole #03

by Broken Window Theory

As urban explorers, we often get asked by friends, family, or followers if we are not scared of ghosts, corpses, or anything that could attack us in these abandoned places. Well, they clearly have heard too many horror stories... And yet, sometimes, we come across a site that sends a cold shiver down our backs. Let's enter such a house together!


Villa Sole #05

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The gate was left open, and everything is overgrown with dry plants. This has been the neighborhood eyesore for a long time. The decaying villa stretches on several floors. But locals avoid this place - either they do not care at all, or they have heard bad stories.


Villa Sole #06

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Right the first room we entered could hardly be topped in strangeness: Odd devices everywhere, old drugs just next to them. But it was the weird tableaus that were really upsetting. This is the perfect setting for an Italian horror story. But no, it is not a mad scientist’s lab but a vintage dental clinic! In general, people do not really like to visit the dentist, and usually avoid it if possible. Seeing these terrifying images all over the walls probably did not make it any easier for the patients when they entered this doctor's office back in the day.


Villa Sole #15

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There is a bit of rust here and there, but overall, the equipment is still in a good shape - even after decades of being left to deteriorate. This is a true gem, a time capsule that offers an in-depth look at how dentists were working in the '60s and '70s.


Villa Sole #23

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When we found the lounge area it was already ransacked. Also, pigeons have seen the smashed-in windows as some kind of invitation to poop all over the place. But literally in the middle of that, we found 30-40 copies of The National Geographic Magazine. Considering that the issues were almost 70 years old, their condition was still superior! But the urbex code demanded to just document and leave them there. Would you have saved these curiosities?


Villa Sole #26

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This manor has been abandoned for so long that even the locals can't remember its story anymore. Left behind documents, bills, and magazines indicate that the site was abandoned in the mid or late '70s. It probably took a few more decades before the first intruders disturbed the deep slumber. On-site, we noted names and dates for proper research back home. It turned out that the villa's story is connected to public characters with disturbing fates.


Villa Sole #32

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A Sardinian statesman originally built the mansion in the middle of the 20th century. After his unexpected death shortly after, the property was then handed over to a wealthy businessman. But this one later vanished without a trace and is still missing today. Most likely the work of mobster hijackers, according to the current opinion. But it is highly unlikely that any of these men have ever lived here. For a start, none of them was a practicing dentist... So, they just owned the place, and we can only speculate about the actual residents at this point.


Villa Sole #12

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If you want to see more of this fascinating abandoned villa, you can do so in our urbex video on YouTube:

 

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Man that main surgery room is awesome. Looks like a real torture chamber!
 

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Does the building not appear on the Land Registry, or the local Council's property list?
 

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