Farm Tapioca

The Tapioca farm owes its name to this package of tapioca in the kitchen. I do not know the history of this house. I deduced that it has been forsaken in 1995 thanks to the calendar still hanging on the wall. From my readings on other pages, I knew that this farm was used as a haunt exchange.
Seen from the outside it is a true ruin, but once inside, the big surprise is the number of objects that can still be found, as if its owner would come back a minute to the other .

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