Welcome to the fortnightly instalment of our hashtag #thespacesilike where we round up some of your most startling, serene and inspiring spaces.

Our readers have tagged over 186,800 posts to date. This time you’ve toured an Art Nouveau synagogue in Serbia and the soothing spaces of a countryside spa in the UK.

Want to share a space you’ve discovered? Tag your Instagram post with #thespacesilike for a chance to be featured.

The Mitre Hotel in London


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Subotica Synagogue in Serbia

Grassi Museum of Ethnolog in Leipzig


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Broughton Hall Estate in Yorkshire


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The abandoned Haludovo Hotel Palace on the island of Krk, Croatia


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Building in Constanța, Romania


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El Churrero restaurant in Mexico City


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