Urban Photographer Roman Robroek  is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of these images.  From the ‘Religion’ portfolio.  To see Roman’s body of work, click on any photograph.


An old and forgotten hearse in a monastery.


Sunrise in Church
One of the first explores I did was this beautiful abandoned church, part of a monastery.


A very dark church with religious figures on the sides.


Abandoned Chapel
At the end of the 19th century this beautiful, and abandoned, chapel was built in France. The architect promised to design a chapel in old Gothic style, and lived up to that promise. The chapel is surrounded by an immense garden. Nature is clearly taking over. This chapel is now under renovation.


Old Days


Tiny Chapel
In this picture you see an old and beautiful little chapel with a grave inside. The chapel was surrounded by abandoned buildings that were mostly destroyed. It’s a tiny building, compared to the rest on site, even though my wide-angle lens might make it look a lot larger.


Former chapel in Poland. The roof has been renovated and they are working hard on renovating the balcony now.


A room that’s part of an abandoned cloister that’s been built in the 14th century.


Ruin Church
This is a photo of a beautiful abandoned church, which is now a ruin, that has been built around 1970.


Soft Colored Chapel
A chapel decorated with beautiful soft colors and decaying heavily.


All images © Roman Robroek



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By Roman Robroek