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Christ of the Abyss at San Fruttuoso, Liguria
The Tunnel of Love in Ukraine
Like science fiction film, these places were abandoned but nature returned. Please enjoy these 23 beautiful abandoned places below:-)
Kolmanskop in the Namib Desert
House of the Bulgarian Communist Party
The Kerry Way walking path between Sneem and Kenmare in Ireland
Fishing hut on a lake in Germany
Abandoned Themepark Pripyat, Ukraine
Cincinnati’s abandoned subway depot
Abandoned city of Keelung, Taiwan
Abandoned dome houses in Southwest Florida
Lawndale Theater in Chicago
15th century monastery in the Black Forest in Germany
Hafodunos Hall in Llangernyw, North Wales
The remains of the SS Ayrfield in Homebush Bay, Australia
Abandoned mill from 1866 in Sorrento, Italy
The remains of the Pegasus in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica
Kalavantin Durg near Panvel, India
Angkor Wat in Cambodia
The Maunsell Sea Forts in England
Sunken yacht in Antarctica
Russian military rocket factory
1984 Winter Olympics bobsleigh track in Sarajevo
Abandoned village Craco, Italy
I would love to introduce this lovely town, near Ronda, Málaga in Spain. It was painted in blue in 2011 for the Smurfs Movie. Citizens voted keep these lovely and romantic blue. If you are planning a trip and you have no idea where you wanna go, maybe there is a good idea:-)
These two adorable Shetland ponies dressed up in cardigans sweaters named Fivla and Vitamin.
To celebrate land and reputation, Scotland’s national tourist board at VisitScotland are actively planning for Year of Natural Scotland 2013. So they dressed up Fivla and Vitamin, and Photographer Rob McDougall capture them in various beautiful landscapes throughout Scotland. If you like them, see more photos at the VisitScotland blog.
Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata obtained his scuba license at his 21 years old. He has spent the last 50 years exploring and documenting his discoveries off the coast of Japan. Recently he found the origins of “mystery circle” in the deep sea, which is near Amami Oshima at the southern tip of the country.
Here is what they found:
see more in NHK
These Mosaic Trail in New York City’s East Village, they are created by Jim Power ( “Mosaic Man” ) in over z25 years. Jim want to use this way to document the neighborhood’s history. If you wanna get more information about Jim and his art works, you can read Etsy‘s blog, there is a short, fascinating documentary about Jim’s work and life - Jim Power and the Mosaic Trail.
You also buy some of his works on Etsy shop - MosaicManNYC.