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The abandoned village of Pegrema, Republic of Karelia, Russia. This beautiful example of the wooden architecture was abandoned after the Russian Revolution.

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village in Russia

A room in an abandoned psychiatric hospital. I find this unsettling, but really fascinating too.

A room in an abandoned psychiatric hospital. I find this unsettling, but really fascinating too. I guess I wouldn't really say I love it (the board it is on) but it is quite fascinating.

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Just off the coast of Japan, the island of Hashima highest population density per square kilometre). Yet it all changed when the Japanese turned to petroleum instead of coal, and the island was abandoned (and remains abandoned

atraversso:  - final flood - by Frank Schlamp  (via shakespearestwin)  Source: atraversso

Ships anchored in the eternal . Sunken and Obsolete ships .

1219  Abandoned Mansion, then and now. What a shame.

Abandoned Mansion, then and now (I am Not Sure Where This Home Is But Thought Pic Was Interesting) This is actually Bennett College in Millbrook, NY, not a mansion. Just awful that it has gone this way.

These aircraft once soared high before they went unused and left abandoned.

What Was Found In These Abandoned Planes Is...

Are you fascinated by airplanes? Check out these awesome photographs of abandoned airplanes that were once high-flying, but they are now abandoned all over the world.

The bizarre ghost town with an eternal, underground fire, Centralia Pennsylvania.

Visiting Centralia, the bizarre ghost town with an eternal, underground fire

The bizarre ghost town with an eternal, underground fire, Centralia Pennsylvania. I used to drive thru here to get to Worlds End State Park!

Born in a slum, condemned to die in one. It's hard to break the neverending cycle of poverty.

Abandoned Battleship Island, Japan housed what it should have with obscenely crowded apartments like this. Now, entire island is abandoned & restricted to the public. These derelict sky-scraping ghettos fall without an ear to hear them.

Que belleza perfecto

9 of the Most Fascinating Abandoned Mansions from Around the World

Fascinating Abandoned Mansions from Around the World Boldt Castle, Heart Island, NY George Boldt bought the island, shaped it into a heart and built a castle on it for his wife, his wife died in 1904 and he abandoned the project completely.

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What a beautiful property…There is no way I would sell it…I would however turn this into a beautiful mansion/hotel retreat with a spa, tennis court, horse, restaurant to top quality…

The village of Pegrema, Republic of Karelia, Russia  This beautiful example of the wooden architecture was abandoned after the Russian Revolution.

The Strangest and Most Tragic Ghost Towns from Around the World

The village of Pegrema, Republic of Karelia, Russia This beautiful example of the wooden architecture was abandoned after the Russian Revolution.

Добровольческие формирования РККА, 1918-1920. 1. Кавалерист Башкирской кавалерийской дивизии, 1919 г. 2. Командир Советско-Таманской армии, 1918 г. 3. Красноармеец Советско-Таманской армии, 1918 г.

Добровольческие формирования РККА, 1918-1920. 1. Кавалерист Башкирской кавалерийской дивизии, 1919 г. 2. Командир Советско-Таманской армии, 1918 г. 3. Красноармеец Советско-Таманской армии, 1918 г.

(1918-1919) Polish-Ukrainian War

Causes of the 1905 russian revolution gcse history marked by

Almaty’s wooden Ascension Cathedral was constructed without nails between 1904 and 1907, and is one of the only buildings in the city to survive a 1911 earthquake. Used for state and public purposes after the Russian Revolution, it was returned to the Russian Orthodox church in the 1990s.

17 Epic Places You Never Thought To Travel, But Should

Almaty’s wooden Ascension Cathedral was constructed without nails between 1904 and 1907, and is one of the only buildings in the city to survive a 1911 earthquake. Used for state and public purposes after the Russian Revolution, it was returned to the Russian Orthodox church in the 1990s.

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