Once these parts had a lot of people, but for different reasons they left.
All that remains is the ruins that evoke curiosity, fear and delight simultaneously. Probably the most adventurous tourists will not be afraid to visit some of these abandoned places.
The Ghost town of Bodie, USA
The city was officially founded in 1876 after the miners discovered rich reserves of gold and silver. In search of wealth flocked here a huge number of people. But then the place got the reputation of “sin city” filled with men of severe morals, prostitutes and drug dens. It is not surprising that soon the city went bankrupt. By the 1940s he had completely emptied, and became one of the most well-preserved Ghost towns.
Eastern state penitentiary, USA
Eastern state penitentiary in Philadelphia began working on 25 Oct 1829. Here were held many famous criminals such as al Capone. The prison closed in 1969, and today it hosts art exhibitions and tours.
Tram depot, Poland
This tram depot in częstochowa in southern Poland was built at the height of prosperity of the industrial age. Today it is considered one of the most mysterious and beautiful abandoned places in Europe.
Skyscraper Sathorn, Thailand
In the early 1990-x years, Thailand experienced a major economic expansion in its history. In this time of abundance, Bangkok has started to show its stability, building a tall building. But during the Asian financial crisis, the economic success of Thailand stopped. Because of this, almost finished building a unique skyscraper stopped. Now the fate of Itor remains uncertain, because the repairs will cost more than new construction. In addition, he has long ago had the reputation of haunted houses.
The island of North brother, United States
Between 1880 and 1930-ies there was a hospital, “riverside”, which was the last refuge for patients suffering from smallpox, typhoid, scarlet fever and leprosy. Until final closure in 1963, the hospital was a rehabilitation center for Teens. Today the island is a nature reserve. The hospital is still standing, but inside there is nothing. The Windows are broken, paint peeling, the walls and the roof crumble.
Teufelsberg (devil’s mountain), Germany
This relic of the cold war is slowly on the top of the highest hill in West Berlin. This place was formerly a Nazi military training school, which the allies, after an unsuccessful attempt to demolish decided to bury under 120 meters of the rubble of collapsed buildings resulting from the massive Anglo-American bombing aircraft. After the fall of the Berlin wall is an abandoned building had many owners. Among them was David Lynch, who planned to build a University for meditation, but the municipality of Berlin, this plan was not approved.
Chateau Miranda, Belgium
During the French revolution politically active family Liedekerke-Beaufort was forced to leave the castle and move to a neighboring farm to lay low and wait for the results of the revolution. After the Second world war to the 80-ies of the last century, the Belgian national railway company used the castle as a summer camp for orphans. But with rising maintenance costs since 1991, the castle was abandoned.
Kigongo, North Korea
In the DPRK, the village was built so it was empty. Kigongo is located in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea. After the Korean war 1950-ies, the North Korean authorities decided to use it as a propaganda tool. This is the only settlement visible from South Korea, and it has to look exemplary. Despite assurances from North Korean authorities that live in the village, the ordinary citizens of the country, with quality optics, you can see that there is a built houses have no bathrooms, and the Windows had no glass. The lights in all the buildings of the village lights simultaneously at a certain time of day.
In 1927, Henry Ford began work on Fordlandia — a huge rubber plantation in the jungle along the Brazilian rivers, Tapaha. Ford developed the idea of the corporate city, which was the pools, Golf course, bungalows and the place where classes were held national American dances. But the locals wasn’t happy with the strict rules of the city, including the ban on alcohol. Clashes between the Brazilian workers and the American managers to become permanent, and during one of them, the staff Fordlandii staged a brawl in a cafe and threw the car into the river. After that, the city was abandoned.
An abandoned cinema of the Sinai desert
As local residents say, the cinema was built by one rich Frenchman. One day he was walking with friends in the wilderness of the Sinai desert and decided that there is not enough cinema. Without thinking, he bought in Cairo, a generator, a hundred seats and a giant screen. Everything was ready for the first show, but locals, the idea did not like. Generator they broke. So still in the desert you can stumble on a forgotten cinema, which no one has shown any film.
In the early 1970-ies of the exquisite pristine beaches of Varosha has been a favorite vacation spot of millionaires. Tourism in Cyprus was in full bloom, and came here to bask in the sun stars such as Brigitte Bardot and Elizabeth Taylor. That all changed in August 1974, when Cyprus was captured by Turkey and settled in its Northern part. 15 thousand inhabitants was left in fear of Varosha, leaving and housing, and valuables, most of them planned to return soon, but the political situation remained tense, and return proved impossible.
An abandoned hotel Refugio El Salto in Colombia
In 1924 in San Antonio del Tequendama was built luxury hotel Refugio El Salto. After some time it was closed due to the frequent suicides of visitors. Around this place go grim legends and rumors.
Island discovery, USA
The island of discovery is the theme Park of Disney in the U.S. state of Florida. Once in the water of the lake Bay, on the island, was discovered dangerous bacteria, the Park was closed (in July 1999) and has since remained abandoned.
Park “the Holy land”, USA
In 1958, in Waterbury, Connecticut, a man named John Greco and built a biblical theme Park. He was very popular in the 60-70-ies of the last century, every year it is visited by over 40,000 people. In 1982, the Greek has decided to temporarily close the Park for renovations and expansions but two years later died, after the Park has opened.
New Bedord Orpheus, USA
New Bedord Orpheus — abandoned theater in Massachusetts, USA. It was opened in 1912 and closed in 1959-m. Since then, the building served mainly as a platform for stores. Now his owners are raising money for the restoration of the theatre.
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