Miranda Castle (Belgium)
Wallonia See list of castles in Belgio
This castle is attacked by dry rot fungus, dry rot attack the stone and makes it friable, for several years collapses occur very frequently and most visited floors are not accessible secure manner. The looting of the floor favored the penetration of rain water on all floors weakening the entire building wooden structure. At the time of my visit in 2006 he was already very dangerous, the feedback I have had for several years show a very dilapidated, teams that were not the most dilapidated collapsed, the castle will have the same tragic end shortly.
Castle Noisy Miranda also known as the Home of Noisy is a castle located in the Walloon Region in Belgium. Its origins date back to the 18th century where Count Liedekerke Beaufort is driven from his family castle Vêves and took refuge near Celles on a farm. The farm is then transformed into a castle by the architect Edward Milner then French architect Pelchner the central tower built between 1903 and 1907 and became the summer residence of the family Liedekerke Beaufort. After the Second World War the castle became a holiday center and according to some accounts a boarding school. In 1950 he became a holiday center for children of employees of the SNCB (Société Nationale des Chemins de Belgique iron) in this activity some former residents were very pleased with their stay at Home Noisy, others were kept in terrible memories in the words of their testimony.