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Battleship island in Japan. The entire island housed 3x what it should have, and managed it by putting them in obscenely crowded apartments like this. Now, the entire island is abandoned, and is restricted to the public. These derelict sky-scraping ghettos fall without an ear to hear them.

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.

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant memory, since they were classified as illegal structures in the late 1990s and torn down, these practical and otherwise very necessary additions to life in a tiny apartment were a source of constant delight.

One of the great contributions to the richness of Hong Kong’s urban scene were without doubt the caged balconies that lined the elevations not only of the Walled City, but also of many of the city’s other older tenement buildings. Sadly now but a distant

Kowloon Walled City. Desalojada y demolida en 1994, tras convertirse en "la ciudad oscura". Originariamente una colonia amurallada inglesa en la ciudad de Honk-Kong, creció espontáneamente hasta albergar 50.000 habitantes.

香港!Kowloon Walled City was a densely populated, largely ungoverned settlement in Kowloon, Hong Kong. In the Walled City contained residents within its sq mi) borders

Hong Kong

Inspired by Michael Wolf's photos of Hong Kong buildings, but probably originally by the urbanization section of the Massive Change exhibit. Hong Kong apartments/homes.

This domed government building in Baghdad, formerly a part of Saddam Hussein's regime, was hit by a 5,000 lb (2,300 kg). bomb.[1] Apart from the hole made by the entry of the bomb, it remained structurally sound.

This domed government building in Baghdad, formerly a part of Saddam Hussein's regime, was hit by a lb bomb. Apart from the hole made by the entry of the bomb, it remained structurally sound.

From out of the forgotten ruins comes a tree of life.. no known location given here

Nature colonizes everything. Abandoned library with tree. I would love to have a thing of nature in a library it just seem so cool. I mean you can read your book on the tree! Even though it's abandoned that would be awesome.

Usine de vêtements abandonnée dans le Maryland.

An abandoned clothing factory in Maryland. This album shot bydr_kim_veis makes me ask so many questions! The homeless could of used this clothing!

Hashima Island (meaning "Border Island"), commonly called Gunkanjima (meaning "Battleship Island").The island was populated from 1887 to 1974 as a coal mining facility. The island's most notable features are the abandoned concrete buildings and the sea wall surrounding it.

The ghost island of Hashima, 端島 (or Gunkanjima, 軍艦島) , Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan

let us die young or let us live forever

Inspiring picture architecture, building, cool, new york, nyc. Find the picture to your taste!

İstanbul (1979)

seattlemysterybookshop: I can practically feel a mystery story seeping from this photo. What do you suppose happened to cause the village to be abandoned and left to decay?

15 Places in Japan that are so dreamy you need to visit

15 Places In Japan That Are So Dreamy You Need To Visit

"Honshu Island, Japan": photomontage with Koh Tapu Island in Thailand and Matsumoto Castle (Nagano, Japan)

House on the Rock (Malaysia)! Noteworthy in this building that the reach of this House can only be with the neighboring rocks, built specially for this lift.

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