Chatillon car graveyard in Belgium. Sadly this was all supposedly completely cleared out around 2010

Chatillon car graveyard in Belgium. Sadly this was all supposedly completely cleared out around 2010

underwater-ruins-shicheng-ancient-city-china..n its article 7 Underwater Wonders of the World, WebUrbanist wrote that “China’s submerged Lion City may be the most spectacular underwater ruins of the world, at least until more of Alexandria is explored.”

The Magnificent Underwater Ruins of Shi Cheng City

underwater-ruins-shicheng-ancient-city-china..n its article 7 Underwater Wonders of the World, WebUrbanist wrote that “China’s submerged Lion City may be the most spectacular underwater ruins of the world, at least until more of Alexandria is explored.”

These Tiny Dioramas Have Seen Some Big Disasters - Lori Nix's vision of the future... Library is my favorite!

Creating the Apocalypse With Tiny, Intricate Dioramas

These Tiny Dioramas Have Seen Some Big Disasters - Lori Nix's vision of the future... Library is my favorite!

Steampunk Tendencies Abandoned train in Salt Desert Bolivia. Photo: Keith Alexander —  with Castaño Guiller

Steampunk Tendencies Abandoned train in Salt Desert Bolivia. Photo: Keith Alexander — with Castaño Guiller

Opened in 1969, Kulturpark Plänterwald (Spree Park) was East Berlin’s premiere amusement park. After the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, the park was sold off to Austrian financier Norbert Witte. Unfortunately, Spree began to lose money and in 1999, Witte closed the park. Thinking he’d have better luck in Peru, Witte transported all the rides to Lima to create a new park. When that also failed, Witte turned to smuggling cocaine from Peru to Europe inside the machinery of amusement park rides.

Opened in 1969, Kulturpark Plänterwald (Spree Park) was East Berlin’s premiere amusement park. After the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, the park was sold off to Austrian financier Norbert Witte. Unfortunately, Spree began to lose money and in 1999, Witte closed the park. Thinking he’d have better luck in Peru, Witte transported all the rides to Lima to create a new park. When that also failed, Witte turned to smuggling cocaine from Peru to Europe inside the machinery of amusement park rides.

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