Turquoise Canal in Venice, Italy. From "The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World" | Someday

The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World

Turquoise Canal in Venice, Italy. From "The 40 Most Breathtaking Abandoned Places In The World" | Someday

Abandoned amusement park in Italy.  This guys work is amazing! Follow the link to see his awesome photo's.

Abandoned amusement park in Italy. This guys work is amazing! Follow the link to see his awesome photo's.

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | Death Bridge | By Barbu Cornel Madalin

Lost | Forgotten | Abandoned | Displaced | Decayed | Neglected | Discarded | Disrepair | Death Bridge | By Barbu Cornel Madalin

33 Nara Dreamland in Japan 620x930 33 Beautiful But Scary Abandoned Places In The World. 2spooky4u haha xD i would love to visit this place

33 Beautiful But Scary Abandoned Places In The World

33 Nara Dreamland in Japan 620x930 33 Beautiful But Scary Abandoned Places In The World. 2spooky4u haha xD i would love to visit this place

For those wondering:it's the ruins of St-Etienne-le-Vieux a large medieval church destroyed in World War II. Next to Caen in France

Nature taking back a church.

For those wondering:it's the ruins of St-Etienne-le-Vieux a large medieval church destroyed in World War II. Next to Caen in France

At 30m below sea level, off the Cap d’Antibes, lies the remains of a underwater miniature French town complete with houses and buildings up to 1m high. The aquatic town was built between in 1965 by French filmmakers who wanted to shoot parts of their movie, L’Enfant et la Sirène, on a real underwater film set. The ambitious underwater filming approach was abandoned for animation. Unfortunately, the film-a musical directed by Sylver Néjad Atzamba-never came out and the set was left on the…

At 30m below sea level, off the Cap d’Antibes, lies the remains of a underwater miniature French town complete with houses and buildings up to 1m high. The aquatic town was built between in 1965 by French filmmakers who wanted to shoot parts of their movie, L’Enfant et la Sirène, on a real underwater film set. The ambitious underwater filming approach was abandoned for animation. Unfortunately, the film-a musical directed by Sylver Néjad Atzamba-never came out and the set was left on the…

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