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The first thing visitors see when they enter is an enormous, three-story dragon. - Nathan Eights Photography

The abandoned Ho Thuy Tien park in Central Vietnam once teeming with life, but haunting images show the landscape has taken on an post-apocalyptic air.

A town lost to the creation of a hydroelectric dam, Potosi, Venezuela was abandoned in 1985, its residents relocating and leaving their former homes to be filled with water. For 20 years, all that was visible of the Veneuzuelan town was a single mildewed cross topping a drowned church, but by the year 2010, the waters began to recede and the town slowly reappeared. The gothic church that was once submerged is visible again due to droughts and water shortages, erosion and water damage making…

For more than 30 years, the former town of Potosi resided underwater after it was flooded by the building of a dam

Buffalo Central Terminal abandoned since 1980 - an ARt Deco masterpiece

industrial heritage, Buffalo Central Terminal (art deco style) abandoned since 1980 - Buffalo, United States

The ghost town of Potosi, Venezuela hasn't been on anyone's travel radar much since 1985. That was the year when the town of approximately 1,200 inhabitants was deliberately flooded by the Venezuelan government to build a hydroelectric dam. The church resurfaced due to a drought 2008-2010 and is now on dry land. ~lbk~

The ghost town of Potosi, Venezuela hasn't been on anyone's travel radar much since That was the year when the town of approximately inhabitants was deliberately flooded by the Venezuelan government to build a hydroelectric dam. The church resu

low water levels caused by drought expose ghost towns worldwide, this example is from Venezuela.

Church of Potosi, Venezuela The town of Potosi had been submerged in water since 1985 when the Venezuelan government built a hydroelectric dam. Yet due to an unprecedented drought in the region, Potosi and its church have re-emerged.

The Drowned Church of Potosi - A town church once nearly submerged by the damming of a river is now hauntingly visible as the water recedes

The Drowned Church of Potosi

Discover The Drowned Church of Potosi in Uribante, Venezuela: A town church once nearly submerged by the damming of a river is now hauntingly visible as the water recedes.

Ghost Towns Abandoned For STRANGE Reasons! - http://www.abandoned-places.net/ghost-towns-abandoned-for-strange-reasons/

Ghost Towns Abandoned For STRANGE Reasons!

Island in the Clouds: Is Mount Roraima Really A ‘Lost World’ Where Dinosaurs May Still Exist?

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The Abandoned Submerged Church and Town of Potosi in the Uribante Reservoir

French Prison Ile St Joseph in French Guiana Devils Island. Standing in the old penitentiary the hair stands up on the back of your neck. The saddest place I have possibly ever visited.

urban-exploration-photos: “you may enter ”

ghost town sewell chile 6 Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities of South America

6 Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities of South America

South America has many ghost towns and abandoned cities - Humberstone, Santa Laura, Chaiten and Sewell in Chile; and Armero, Jonestown and Fordlandia in Brazil.

Drowned Towns: 10 Underwater Ghost Cities & Buildings | Urbanist

Drowned Towns: 10 Underwater Ghost Cities & Buildings | Urbanist

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The Abandoned Submerged Church and Town of Potosi in the Uribante Reservoir

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The Abandoned Submerged Church and Town of Potosi in the Uribante Reservoir

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Photographers for Lunch' Podcast 004 – Rebecca Litchfield

The Abandoned Submerged Church and Town of Potosi in the Uribante Reservoir

The Abandoned Submerged Church and Town of Potosi in the Uribante Reservoir

Haunting photos of an abandoned waterpark in Vietnam:     The first thing visitors see when they enter is an enormous, three‐story dragon.

The first thing visitors see when they enter is an enormous, three-story dragon. - Nathan Eights Photography

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