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Abandoned cars in the Ardennes left by the US servicemen after WWII

Abandoned cars in the Ardennes left by the US servicemen after WWII

Art Chatillon Car Graveyard from WWII in Belgium - cars were left by soldiers because they were too expensive to bring home. Looks like a post-apocalyptic highway. peace-for-our-time-all-things-wwii

I want to visit each end every one of these places with someone I love. It'll be like Indiana Jones.

I want to visit each end every one of these places with someone I love. It'll be like Indiana Jones.

lugares mais bonitos abandonadas e ruínas modernas - Álbum sobre Imgur

most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins

Martin Luther is a steam locomotive abandoned in the desert of Skeleton Coast outside of the town of Swakopmund, South Africa- 4 km from the town centre. In 1897, due to incorrect handling, the engine ground to a halt outside of town & was abandoned there. A local resident Max Rhode said the following words: “Did you know that the steam ox is called ‘Martin Luther’ now because it can also say "Here I stand, I can do no more".  It was originally to be used in the German diamond mining trade…

Martin Luther is a steam locomotive abandoned in the desert of Skeleton Coast outside of the town of Swakopmund, South Africa- 4 km from the town centre. In 1897, due to incorrect handling, the engine ground to a halt outside of town & was abandoned there. A local resident Max Rhode said the following words: “Did you know that the steam ox is called ‘Martin Luther’ now because it can also say "Here I stand, I can do no more". It was originally to be used in the German diamond mining trade…

Christ of the Abyss - The Christ of the Abyss is a bronze statue placed in 1954 on the bottom of the bay of San Fruttuoso, between Camogli and Portofino inside Portofino's Protected Natural Marine Area, 15 meters deep.

Christ of the Abyss - The Christ of the Abyss is a bronze statue placed in 1954 on the bottom of the bay of San Fruttuoso, between Camogli and Portofino inside Portofino's Protected Natural Marine Area, 15 meters deep.

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