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Gloomy tank graveyards hold the rusting bones of war

From Afghanistan to Eritrea and Kuwait to Laos, many regions play host to these mechanical reminders of war: huge cemeteries filled with decaying tanks, witnessing the slow destruction of machines that have outlived their own destructive purposes.
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Environmental Graffiti has collected photos of these tank graveyards from around the world. Be sure to check out their site for even more images of post-war decay.

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