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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 Places Around the World>> i want to go to almost everyone...like really bad

These Abandoned Places Around the World are Coming Straight From Your Nightmares

30  of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i’ve ever seen

30+ of the most beautiful abandoned places and modern ruins i’ve ever seen

15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - Abandoned mill from 1866 in…

15 of the World's Most Strange Abandoned Places - Abandoned mill from 1866 in…

Step Inside Any Of These 52 Abandoned Places If You Dare. They're Beautiful And Scary.

Step Inside Any Of These 52 Abandoned Places If You Dare. They're Beautiful And Scary.

27 Eerie Abandoned Places From Around The World. The House In The Woods Is Terrifying: These photos give new meaning to the phrase "hauntingly beautiful." It's amazing how each location holds its own breathtaking charm.

Craco was an Italian medieval village built high up on a steep summit for defensive reasons, but recurring earthquakes eventually made it impossible to sustain. Today, less than 800 people live there in a commune, while the majority remains eerily uninhabited.

Craco was an Italian medieval village built high up on a steep summit for defensive reasons, but recurring earthquakes eventually made it impossible to sustain. Today, less than 800 people live there in a commune, while the majority remains eerily uninhabited.

Abandoned Mill from 1866. - Sorrento, Italy  I've always loved building set in the landscape, this one is particularly lovely because the landscape is reclaiming the space.

Abandoned Mill from 1866. - Sorrento, Italy

Abandoned Mill from 1866. - Sorrento, Italy I've always loved building set in the landscape, this one is particularly lovely because the landscape is reclaiming the space.

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