From a ghostly castle in New York to a diamond mine in Russia, these haunted abandoned places are guaranteed to spook even the most skeptical travelers.
01. Pripyat, Ukraine
Pripyat is a ghost town in the Kyiv Oblast (Chornobyl Raion) in Ukraine, which was established in 1970 in connection with the construction of the Chornobyl nuclear power plant and was evicted as a result of the nuclear accident of 1986. At the time of the disaster on April 26, 1986, about 49 360 people lived here, including 15,500 children. Most of the inhabitants were workers in the nuclear power plant and their families.
02. Mirny Diamond Mine – Eastern Siberia, Russia
Mir Mine, also called Mirny Mine, is a diamond mine to open Russian Mirny in the Sakha Republic in eastern Siberia. The open part of the mine, now disused sky, forms a vast hole 525 meters and 1200 meters in diameter. This is the fourth deepest excavation in the world after those of Oudatchnaïa (also in Russia), Chuquicamata in Chile, and Bingham Canyon in the United States.
03. Farmhouse – Seneca Lake, New York
04. Ryugyong Hotel – Pyongyang, North Korea
The Ryugyong Hotel has been under construction since the 1987 hotel project in the North Korean capital Pyongyang; according to the original design, with a height of 330 meters, the tallest hotel in the world and one of the tallest skyscrapers should be. After his life as years of a boondoggle, the building should be opened at least after multiple Bauunterbrechungen in the summer of 2013 in parts. Ryugyong is a historical name for the city of Pyongyang. Because of its 105 floors, the Ryugyong Hotel is also called the 105 Building.
05. Willard Asylum – Willard, New York
06. Sanzhi UFO Houses – San Zhi, Taiwan
The UFO Sanzhi houses, also known as the saucer houses or saucer Sanzhi Sanzhi City was a collection of buildings with flying saucers in Sanzhi, Community of Taipei, Taiwan.
07. Six Flags Jazzland – New Orleans, Louisiana
Six Flags New Orleans was an amusement park in New Orleans, Louisiana.
08. Gulliver’s Travels Park – Kawaguchi, Japan
09. Bannerman Castle – Pollepel Island, New York
Frank Bannerman, a wealthy arms dealer from Scotland, earned huge profits in 1900 by selling ammunition, including belligerents, in the Spanish-American War. To store its products, he bought an island and built a large ammunition depot in a style reminiscent of its origins. The building indeed resembles a large Scottish castle. In 1969, the castle burned. Today, the New York State Office of Parks manages the island and the castle ruins.
10. Disney’s Discovery Island – Lake Buena Vista, Florida
Discovery Island was a zoo and a nature reserve open April 8, 1974, in Walt Disney World Resort, located on an island of 4.45 ha of Bay Lake.
The island closed on April 8, 1999, but continued to be managed until July 9, 1999. However, most animals were moved to the homonymous region of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, an island in the park’s center.
11. Aniva Rock Lighthouse – Sakhalinskaya Oblast, Russia
The Bell Rock Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse sea world still in operation today after the Cordovan. It is located in the North Sea off Scotland. It was epic when Robert Stevenson built it in the early nineteenth century.
12. Canfranc Rail Station, Spain
International Station Canfranc is a border railway station lines Pau Canfranc and Canfranc Jaca, in the territory of the municipality of Canfranc, in the province of Huesca in Aragon.
It was commissioned in 1928.
13. Chateau Miranda – Celles, Belgium
Noisy Castle is a castle in Namur These, familiar Houyet Belgium.
14. Abandoned Coal Plant – France
15. Eilean Donan – Loch Duich, Scotland
Eilean Donan is a small island in Scotland in the United Kingdom, administered by the Highland Council Area. It is connected to the island of Great Britain by a stone bridge leading to a castle occupying a large part of the island. This building, built and remodeled many times since the early thirteenth century, was left in a state of ruin 1719 after a heavily damaged battle. Redeemed by the MacRae clan, it was rebuilt between 1912 and 1932 to preserve the architectural style. Since then, he has received many visitors who see it as the most romantic castle in Scotland. It is also one of the most photographed castles in Scotland and has been the setting for many films.
16. Hashima Island, Japan
Hashima, also called Gunkanjima or Gunkanshima, Japan, is an island in Nagasaki Prefecture, less than twenty kilometers southwest of the city of the same name.
17. Abandoned Mill – Ontario, Canada
18. City Hall Station – New York City, New York
City Hall, or City Hall Loops, is an ancient underground metro station in New York that was the southern terminus of the first underground line of the city built by the Interborough Rapid Transit Company (IRT) and inaugurated on October 27, 1941. It was built in a public space in front of City Hall and was designed as a demonstration area for the new subway.
19. Orpheum Auditorium – New Bedford, Massachusetts
20. Holy Land USA – Waterbury, Connecticut
21. Abandoned Power Plant – Belgium
22. Wreck Of The SS America – Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
23. Underwater City – Shicheng, China
The lake was flooded in September 1959 to operate the hydroelectric plant Xin’an. At the foot of the mountain, Wu Shi is the city founded in 208 Shi Cheng (“Lion City”) from the time of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-200 BC). Shi Cheng is now in a depth of 26 to 40 meters.
The ancient city is well preserved, including many houses, three gates, and most of the city wall.
24. Abandoned Domino Sugar Factory — Brooklyn, New York
25. Red Sands Sea Forts – Sealand, United Kingdom
Maunsell Forts were small fortified towers built sea at the Thames and the Mersey estuary during the Second World War to protect the United Kingdom from any German invasion. They get their name from their designer Guy Maunsell. The army has abandoned in the late 1950s, and they were sometimes used for other activities. Thus, one has become a non-independent micronation, as the principality Sealand.
26. Overgrown Section Of The Great Wall – China
The Great Wall is a historical border fortification built to protect the Chinese Empire against nomadic horse people from the north. Its construction started in the 7th Century BC. It extends according to the latest surveys of 21196.18 km and comprises 43 721 individual objects and locations.
27. Michigan Central Station – Detroit, Michigan
Michigan Central Station, built in 1913 for the Railroad Michigan Central Railroad, was the passenger station in Detroit, Michigan, United States, from its opening in 1913, following the fire of the previous station of the same name, until the last Amtrak train left its quays serving January 6, 1988.
28. Dadipark – Dadizel, Belgium
29. Military Hospital – Beelitz, Germany
30. Empty Organ Room
31. Abandoned Church With Chairs Still Standing
32. Wonderland Amusement Park – Beijing, China
33. Częstochowa Train Depot – Poland
34. An Abandoned Rocket Factory – Russia
35. El Hotel del Salto – Colombia
The Museo Casa Salto is a museum project in San Antonio del Tequendama, Colombia. The museum overlooks the Falls on the River Tequendama Bogota. Before its renovation, the building was an abandoned hotel known as Salto del Tequendama DHOTEL and was reputedly haunted.
36. Christ Of The Abyss – San Fruttuoso, Italy
Christ of the Abyss is an imposing bronze sculpture located at 17 m depth in the Bay of San Fruttuoso Camogli in Italy.
37. Railroad In The Fall – Lebanon, Missouri
38. Eastern State Penitentiary – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Built in 1829 in neo-Gothic style by architect John Haviland, she hosted for ten months in 1929 the famous gangster Al Capone, convicted of illegal carrying of arms. During his detention, he arranged his cell luxuriously carpeted and antique furniture.
It has been classified as a National Historic Landmark since 1966, five years before it closed in 1971. The site is currently open to the public.
39. Tunnel Of Love In Kleven, Ukraine
Photos Source: Most Beautiful Places In The World
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