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Porto Venere - Byron's Grotto, so named because the poet Lord Byron used to meditate there

Porto Venere - Byron's Grotto, so named because the poet Lord Byron used to meditate there

Gunkanjima : Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places : Condé Nast Traveler    Balestrino  Italy    This picturesque Italian village was owned by the Benedictine abbey of San Pietro dei Monti in the 12th century and was once a bustling village full of olive farmers. Population began to decline, however, in the late 19th century when a series of earthquakes struck the area. The remained residents were relocated in 1953 due to geographic instability.

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Gunkanjima : Eerily Beautiful Abandoned Places : Condé Nast Traveler Balestrino Italy This picturesque Italian village was owned by the Benedictine abbey of San Pietro dei Monti in the 12th century and was once a bustling village full of olive farmers. Population began to decline, however, in the late 19th century when a series of earthquakes struck the area. The remained residents were relocated in 1953 due to geographic instability.

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