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  • Monika Kapronczaiova

    This is an abandoned railway station in Abkhazia, former Russian territory. It stays untouched since the collapse of USSR – the railway connection of Abkhazia and Russia stopped and railway station left out of demand so nature could take over the left-overs of Soviet architecture. Found on English Russia, photos by Ilya Varmalov

  • Liz Marcinak

    How awesome would it be to have your prom in a beautiful abandoned train station? Can you imagine this place with lights strung across the sky and candles everywhere? #BCBGeneration #PromWeek2013

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From the English Russia page: "This is an abandoned railway station in Abkhazia, former Russian territory. It stays untouched since the collapse of USSR – the railway connection of Abkhazia and Russia stopped and railway station left out of demand so nature could take over the left-overs of Soviet architecture."