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Haunted/Abandoned Buildings

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Hi!

Visiting Europe in November and was wondering if there are any known haunted or abandoned buildings (that you can enter quietly) around these capital cities we are going to. It's not a huge priority so we don't want to have to try catch trains and busses for 3 hours to get anywhere however it is a bucket list cross off to visit somewhere like this.

The cities we are visiting are;
London
Paris (keen on the catacombs but wanting more of a private, squeeze through open door experience)
Amsterdam
Berlin (looking at spreepark however been reading that theres more guards on duty lately, is anyone able to confirm?)
Prague
Krakow
Budapest
Vienna
Munich
Venice
Rome


Please don't criticise if you don't approve of this, just ignore the thread :)

Thanks in advance!

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