falling into ruin

See: decadent
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I found the Palace of Green Porcelain, when we approached it about noon, deserted and falling into ruin.
This city, once the seat of an immense trade, was already falling into ruin when Dr.
House and barn and outbuildings were fast falling into ruin.
The exhibition also tells the stories of the hall and of Fred Hill - the schoolteacher who saved the hall from falling into ruin in the '30s and '40s - through archive photos, letters, documents, paintings and old newsreels.
KDB sent its former ranking official to Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) to serve as CFO, but did not prevent the company from falling into ruin, with the Board of Audit and Inspection holding KDB responsible.
An emergency order was placed on 467-year-old Formby Hall to stop it falling into ruin at the hands of vandals.
As Page tries to find his former colleague, Ted Dunn, and keep South America from falling into ruin, he must do everything he can to keep himself safe in this hostile environment.
Chrysostomos said the Church's aim is to prevent the now-decrepit building from falling into ruin.
The Dale Hotel, at the heart of scenic Allendale's historic conservation area, has gradually been falling into ruin since closing a decade ago.
THE church where the Bronte sisters are buried is under threat of falling into ruin.
A GRADE II-listed pier is falling into ruin amid growing confusion over who actually owns it.
BIRMINGHAM'S canal network faces falling into ruin after the Government announced that British Waterways will be scrapped, a heritage group has warned.