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Top 25 Most Amazing Abandoned Corners of Earth

Top 25 Most Amazing Abandoned Corners of Earth
It doesn’t matter how beautiful are the new tourist destinations, those that are curious will always go to visit some historical places, and when those are abandoned and not touched by the human hand for a long time, they become a mysterious riddles. Abandoned Isle, Netherlands Abandoned City Near Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine Boat from 2nd World War, Homebush, Australia Railway Station in Poland Mysterious Road Kerry Way, Ireland Abandoned Castle from 15 Century, Black Forest, Germany Asunción, Paraguay “El Hotel del Salto”, Columbia Underwater Bronze Statue of Jesus Christ, Mediterranean Sea, Italy Hall, West Welsh Abandoned Building for Distillation, Barbados Abandoned Domes in South-West Florida Body of Crashed Plane, Antarctica A Structure in Cambodia Fishermen House at Lake, Germany Bodiam Castle, East Sussex, England Abandoned House in Namib Desert Sea Supervisory Houses in England Mill in France Bulgarian Communist Party House Abandoned Mill from 1866, Sorento, Italy

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