Abandoned casino on the Black Sea
• Abandoned Casino on the Black Sea
Once this building was a magnificent structure in Romania, but since 1990 it has slowly decaying. Built in the early 20th century by order of King Charles I, the building has survived two world wars and was used as a casino on the Black Sea. Included in the list of historical and cultural heritage of Romania.
Wander, look for ghosts.
"I do not usually share location of abandoned objects, but this building is so well known that I will make an exception"
Abandoned Casino is located in Constanta. It is the largest sea port in Romania and the second in the Black Sea. At the site of the city of Constanta was Thomas - ancient Greek colony on the Black Sea, founded around 500 BC. e. for trade.
From these windows of an abandoned casino overlooks the Black Sea.
The casino is open 24/7, it was well secured by and here was virtually impossible to get there without a permit.
Beautiful staircase and an amazing chandelier.
Once upon a time there was amazing. With amazing views of the Black Sea.
In the years of World War II, Constance was the main naval base in Romania, was subjected to repeated blows of the Soviet Black Sea Fleet ships and aircraft. In these times of the casino building housed a military hospital.
The last overhaul was here in 1988. Maintaining casino infrastructure in recent years it has become too expensive, and in 1990 the building was closed and abandoned.
make-up room behind the stage.
View from the balcony of an abandoned casino in the city of Constanta.
collapsing the ceiling in the bar.
And here is the deserted bar in an abandoned casino.
From this place does not breathes horror. The pedestrian area around the Casino is a popular leisure couples or indeed a family vacation. There are rumors that the government allocated 9, 5 million euros for reconstruction, but it has been planned for 2015, but nothing happened.