Ruins of the Haasberg mansion near Planina, Slovenia, shot from a kite.
Haasberg mansion was built on the site of an earlier castle by the Eggenberg family in 17th century, and expanded in 18th century under Cobenzls by a renowned italian architect Carlo Martinuzzi.
The baroque palace boasted several exceptional stonemasonry details, including an elaborate chapel and the crypt of Windisch-Grätz family, and was surrounded by manicured italian-style gardens.
Today Haasberg mansion lays in ruins and is inacessible due to danger. The reconstrucion is deemed impossible (and/or prohibitively expensive).
Kite aerial photo, Canon A810 on a Royal69 sled