Urbexphotography during winter can be freezing cold, but we sometimes pass fairylike winterscapes like this visit here. Agnus Dei is a beautiful chapel, built in 1910 in a tiny village in Belgium. First it was combined with a catholic school. After WWI the dormitories were tranformed into comfortable rooms for elderly couples or single people with a nursing home. Gensterbloem housed about 38 residents. In 2002 the sisters moved to a bigger and more modern building and it was for sale. Pity enough there was a fire and the building didn’t get sold, the church was luckily still intact. Inside it was as usual a bizarre moment , knowing that all people had to leave and left everything behind.