Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

Trepadeiras e outras flora ter envolvido uma pequena vila de pescadores, antigamente habitada em Shengshan ilha cerca de 40 milhas a leste de Xangai, que é parte das ilhas Shengsi, uma cadeia de ilhas na província de Zhejiang da China.

Trepadeiras e outras flora ter envolvido uma pequena vila de pescadores, antigamente habitada em Shengshan ilha cerca de 40 milhas a leste de Xangai, que é parte das ilhas Shengsi, uma cadeia de ilhas na província de Zhejiang da China.

Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

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Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

Creeping vines and other flora have enveloped a small, formerly inhabited fishing village on Shengshan Island roughly 40 miles east of Shanghai, which is part of the Shengsi Islands, a chain of islands in China’s Zhejiang province. The village along the northern bay of Shengshan Island was abandoned after its residents, mostly fishermen, left in the early 1990s.

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