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Kolmanskop is a ghost town in southern Namibia.During the 1950's the town was deserted and the dunes began to reclaim what was always theirs. (more towns at link.)

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This is a ghost town in Namibia called Kolmanskop. The town was abandoned and now the sand has taken over some of the buildings. I loved the colors in this photo.

Rothschild Mansion in Paris. The neo-Louis XIV castle has been abandoned since the Second World War when the Rothschild family fled to England before the arrival of the Germans, who would later inhabit and plunder the house during the four-year Nazi occupation of Paris. The Rothschilds never returned to their home and over the decades it has been left to deteriorate.