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A Rich Woman abandoned this apartment in 1942. What they just Found inside is Incredible.

This Apartment was left untouched since 70 years and it was discovered in the quarter of Pigalle a few summers back. We all should have a look on what it looked to be in 1940s. This Apartment was left because of second world war. The women who stayed here shifted to South France and never returned. When the family came back, they found cobweb-filled flat in Paris’ 9th arrondissement, It felt as if we are stumbling into the castle of Sleeping Beauty, where time had stood still since 1900. And they found 2.1 Million euro worth of paintings by Giovanni Boldini. Now that's what we call Amazing.  Share this shocking story. You can follow us on twitter at @evrystry.

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A Rich Woman abandoned this apartment in 1942. What they just Found inside is Incredible.

A Rich Woman abandoned this apartment in 1942. What they just Found inside is Incredible.

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This apartment is like a history lesson and explains how Paris looked in 1940s.

This apartment is like a history lesson and explains how Paris looked in 1940s.

Sleeping in this apartment is like sleeping in the arms of History.

Sleeping in this apartment is like sleeping in the arms of History.

The home is not open to the public and is still owned by her estate.

The home is not open to the public and is still owned by her estate.

Inside, a painting by Giovanni Boldini was found, a portrait of the apartment's owner herself Madame de Florian.

Inside, a painting by Giovanni Boldini was found, a portrait of the apartment’s owner herself Madame de Florian.

These paintings are worth 2.1 Million euros.

These paintings are worth 2.1 Million euros.

The apartment was able to remain abandoned and untouched because Madame de Florian continued paying the rent until her death in 2010 at the age of 91. Despite paying the rent, she never returned.

The apartment was able to remain abandoned and untouched because Madame de Florian continued paying the rent until her death in 2010 at the age of 91. Despite paying the rent, she never returned.

This apartment is like a time-capsule.

This apartment is like a time-capsule.

This Article will help you understand more about the Vast cultural heritage of Paris. Share this amazing story and make sure everyone on facebook knows about this.

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