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Hashima Island

Also called "Battleship Island", Hashima Island off the coast of Japan was once the most densely populated city on planet earth. From 1890 to the island was a coal mining facility.

Gunkanjima is a deserted island of concrete that is slowly crumbling away on Japan's west coast.

The most desolate city on Earth: Take a tour of the ghostly Battleship Island crumbling into the sea off the coast of Japan

Hashima aka Gunkanjima: Photos of desolate Battleship Island off the coast of Japan

Abandoned hotel In Japan. The Maya Hotel opened in 1929 and was abandoned in 1995. Photo by: Ethan Kahn | Reddit

Abandoned hotel In Japan. The Maya Hotel opened in 1929 and was abandoned in Photo by: Ethan Kahn

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As ruas do Japão pelas lentes de Takashi Yausui

Japanese Photographer Takashi Yasui Documents The Beauty Of Everyday Life In Japan

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Although built in 1851 as a glass factory, it had to be used as a shipyard during World War II until A abandoned shipyard is located in Nagasaki,Japan.

15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - Hashima Island, Japan

The ghost island of Hashima, 端島 (or Gunkanjima, 軍艦島) , Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan Would so like to see this island.


"What if part of our secret garden wall had a window with screens to keep deer out, but view of forest beyond.

Well out front. Abandoned home.

Oh little house so very small just big enough for love that's all Forgotten Farm House but one that holds many memories ♥

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Nearly forty years after people, the Japanese island of Hashima is lifeless, sagging and absolutely uninhabitable to man, unless of course you’re a crazed nemesis of James Bond, plotting to take down the British secret service.