33 Amazingly Beautiful Abandoned Buildings - stunning would like to live here

33 Amazingly Beautiful Abandoned Buildings (Yes, its supposed to be here. Nature always reclaims what was once hers. She waits patiently, till we turn our backs.

Creepy Places Around The World

Creepy Places Around The World

Funny pictures about Creepy Places Around The World. Oh, and cool pics about Creepy Places Around The World. Also, Creepy Places Around The World photos.

Abandoned towns ohio | Abandoned ghost town Meadow Gold Ice Cream shop in Shawnee, Ohio ...

Abandoned towns Ohio / Abandoned ghost town Meadow Gold Ice Cream shop in Shawnee, Ohio .

Abandoned Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church, built in 1908, in Detroit, Michigan.

Abandoned Woodward Avenue Presbyterian Church, built in in Detroit, Michigan. Such beautiful woodwork lost to time

ABANDONED INSTITUTIONAL ARCHITECTURE - St. Agnes Church Detroit - Abandoned in 2006 due to financial troubles, Detroit’s St. Agnes church remained in fairly good condition for three years, though it had been stripped to its bare bones. Even once all of the organ pipes, chandeliers and stained glass windows were gone, the church displayed much of its old grandeur.

Agnes Church Detroit - Abandoned in 2006 due to financial troubles, Detroit’s St. Agnes church - it is truly incredible what a few years can do to a building

Inside view of Fisher Body, an automobile coachbuilder founded by the Fisher brothers in 1908 and was closed in mid 1990's, in Detroit, Mich...

Ghostly pictures of urban decay show the country's most eerie corners

Abandoned America: Ghostly pictures of urban decay - Inside view of Fisher Body, an automobile coachbuilder founded by the Fisher brothers in 1908 and was closed in mid in Detroit, Michigan

The National Theater - abandoned in Detroit, Michigan - it was designed by Albert Kahn in art nouveau style and opened in 1911 as a vaudeville house. Closed in 1975.

The National Theater - abandoned in Detroit, Michigan - it was designed by Albert Kahn in art nouveau style and opened in 1911 as a vaudeville house. Closed in What a shameful waste!

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