Frightening and Attractive. See What Happens When Nature Takes Over Abandoned Places

One more episode of ‘Abandoned places.’ They could be used as the setting for horror movies or at least as the source of inspiration for its screenwriters. Once people worked and lived here, but they are the places for ghosts now.

Bumper cars, Chernobyl, Ukraine


Junk yard, Ardennes, Belgium


Glenwood power station, New York


Soviet naval testing station in Makhachkala, Russia


Blue spiral staircase in a European castle


Methodist church, Gary, Indiana


Movie theater in Detroit, Michigan


Shipwrecks in a sandbar, Bermuda Triangle


Doll factory, Spain


Residence in the woods


Jet Star Rollercoaster, Seaside Heights, New Jersey (now removed)


Overgrown palace, Poland


A tree growing through a piano


The Tunnel of Love, Kiev, Ukraine


Asuncion, Paraguay


Lawndale Theater in Chicago


Abandoned city of Keelung, Taiwan


House of the Bulgarian Communist Party


Craco, Italy


1984 Winter Olympics bobsleigh track in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina


Hafodunos Hall in Llangernyw, North Wales


Sunken yacht in Antarctica


Bodiam Castle in East Sussex, England


Angkor Wat in Cambodia


The remains of the Pegasus in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica


Kalavantin Durg near Panvel, India


15th century monastery in the Black Forest in Germany


The Kerry Way walking path between Sneem and Kenmare in Ireland


Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay


Abandoned dome houses in Southwest Florida


Kolmanskop in the Namib Desert

One day new generations will inhabit these strange locations. For now they could be considered post-apocalyptic museums.

What do you think?


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