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Amazing Places

Ancient Castle Ruins, Scotland photo via whimsical

An Architect Gone Mad: Mysterious Buildings Assembled from Found Photographs by Jim Kazanjian

Camaldoli, Casentino, Arezzo, Tuscany

Mysterious Mirror Treehouse in Sweden.

Mysterious castle outside Lexington, Kentucky

The Giza Plateau, the site of the mysterious Great Pyramid, the Sphinx and thousands of tombs, has attracted more tourists, archeologists, h...

Floating house, Ukraine. This building is a part of a potato sorting station. The metal cone is used for loading potatoes into trucks. It's a common construction in agricultural regions of Ukraine, but this one looks like misplaced or partly dismantled.

Ta Prohm temple, Cambodia

Scotland- I have wanted to go to Scotland since I first saw Brigadoon when I was little. Someday!

Tiffany windows in the Winchester Mystery House

Nature, Belize blue hole

15 Stupendous Places Worth To Be Visited One Day, The Yellow Mountains – Huangshan

Autumn in Louisiana, Lake Fausse Pointe Natural beauty isn't just found in far away mysterious places. It can be close to home, too :)

Above the fog, Asturias Spain. Sigue siendo impresionante por muchos turistas que vayan.

Lanterns, Barcelona, Spain photo via supersecretninjamoves

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St. Etienne Church,France

Shell Grotto, Margate, England. Discovered by a farmer in 1835 Google Image Result for

Volcano near Ankisabe, Madagascar

Unused Tiffany windows & doors in the Winchester Mystery House Was amazing to see these just sitting there--love that place and want to return

Sedona, Arizona...mysterious! Climbed up to the vortex...very strange feeling. They allow no sign lights, streetlights etc. after dark. They want you to be able to see the stars....and man can you see them!!!

Ohingaiti boulders take the shape of giant eggs with trees growing out of them, created over thousands of years under the sea.

Disused theatres and movie palaces are among the most mysterious abandoned buildings, and thanks to the advent of television and multiplexes, they exist in abundance. While their faded elegance makes for a melancholy scene, their vibrant colours and peeling grandeur offer a spectacular subject for photographers like Matt Lambros who captured these stunning images. www.urbanghostsme...