20 Cool Abandoned Places Around The World [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 3 years ago in Weird


Mirny Diamond Mine - Eastern Siberia, Russia



Villa Epecuen - Buenos Aires Province, Argentina



Hotel Salto del Tequendama - Columbia



Abandoned flats - Keelung, Taiwan



House of the Bulgarian Communist Party - Mount Buzludzha, Bulgaria



Abandoned mill - Sorrento, Italy



Abandoned comune and medieval village of Craco, Italy



Abandoned train depot - Czestochowa, Poland



Spree Park - Berlin, Germany



Gullivers Travels Park - Kawaguchi, Japan



Dadipark - Dadizel, Belgium



Holland Island - Chesapeake Bay



City of Pripyat, Ukraine



Kalavantin Durg near Panvel, India



Hashima Island, Japan



Chateau Miranda or Chateau de Noisy - Celles, Belgium



Kasteel van Mesen - Lede, Belgium



Nara Dreamland - Japan



Kolmanskop in the Namib Desert



City Hall Subway Station - New York City




Eerily beautiful. Why were they all left behind? I have the urge to go exploring now.
There are 21 comments:
Female 1
The third place is next to the city where I live, the pic is so beautiful but you must write correctly the name of the country, It`s Colombia no Columbia... with O no U.
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Female 1,260
Don`t know if these were all done by one photographer but the perspectives and lighting are outstanding!! That hotel in Columbia is just downright eerie!!
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Female 283
The end of the movie, "Hannah" was filmed in Spree park, It was pretty cool!
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Male 415
Dadipark might have lasted longer if it looked like that picture :-D

A surprising amount of parks in this list.
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Male 14,331
Detroit, MI.....
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Male 987
Last visited, 1972.

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Male 2,214
They all had republican owners,didn`t pay a living wage and closed when there wasn`t a 25% yearly increase in income. Republicans don`t just ruin what they run, they ruin it for everyone.
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Male 809
Hah! The picture of the hotel isn`t even in this compilation, what the hell are you guys fussing about?
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Male 809
On Ryugyong Hotel, that is an image of it while under construction which was halted in 1992 and abandoned AT THAT TIME.

After 1992 the building stood topped out, but without any windows or interior fittings. In 2008 construction resumed. In 2012, the exterior was reported to be complete. The opening of the hotel was scheduled several times but postponed.







So it no longer looks like that and is near completion, but it was abandoned at one time.
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Male 339
lol at the photochopped version of Ryugyong Hotel.

Its not abandoned either, well technically not abandoned anyway. I believe there are actively like 3 employees there, a parking garage, and some kind of radio antennae on top of it.
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Male 17,512
Christ of the Abyss is not "Abandoned". It was put there on purpose and is a scuba diving attraction.
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Male 39,614

Here`s another cool abandoned location. I saw it on tv so it must be so.

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Male 701
and my grand ma`s vagina
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Male 15,832
[quote]Why were they all left behind? [/quote]
I`m guessing liberals had something to do with it. They ruin everything they touch.
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Male 364
And it is no longer abandoned.
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Female 6,381
Ryugyong Hotel was the official place western visitors were required to stay in North Korea. It was one of the few places that had reliable electricity, running water, telephones, and such "luxuries," all designed to suggest citizens enjoyed these as well. Why it is sitting in a dune I have no idea.
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Female 1,234
Wow! Those pictures were amazingly surreal..I thought they were beautiful.
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Male 3,058
The credibility of posts like this are destroyed by altered photos like the one of the hotel in North Korea.

It isn`t on or near the coast... it`s in the middle of Pyongyang.
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Male 1,104
Nara Dreamland ... looks more like Nightmare Land.

Wow the NYC City Hall Station is stunning!
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Male 2,675
I can has castle now?
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Female 8,043
Link: 20 Cool Abandoned Places Around The World [Pic] [Rate Link] - Eerily beautiful. Why were they all left behind? I have the urge to go exploring now.
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