10 Haunted & Abandoned buildings around the world
January 2, 2010 by Lee Adams
Quote ” Old buildings, abandoned hospitals, industrial palaces overgrown with plants and trees,the remaining walls decorated with graffiti, smashed windows, rain dripping through the roof…“ (Henk van Rensbergen) via http://www.abandoned-places.com
Here’s and selection of 10 Haunted Abondoned buildings around the world
A pile of rubble lies next to the collapsed north wing of the former Smallpox Hospital on Roosevelt Island. (Photo: Judith Berdy/Roosevelt Island Historical Society)
Abandoned building in Wellsville, Ohio.
Atelier Decor Plaster Workshop in Belgium:
Extraordinary images, from a mental hospital in Surrey, England, to Michael Jackson's hauntingly empty hometown. 1936 Berlin Olympic Village Outside of Berlin, buildings and facilities used by athletes attending the controversial 1936 Berlin Olympics lie unkempt and empty.
Here is a little photo-session of an abandoned city. When the Soviet Union collapsed, government didn’t have much funds to support some small cities around strategically import objects. People of these cities were left all by themselves. Nobody could support them because any communication with this places terminated after the army decided that they now don’t have money to support those objects.
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The Sweet Juniper blog has a gallery of abandoned Detroit houses that are being overcome by the foliage around them, trees and shrubs and plants growing around, on and in them.
Scooby Doo made an entire series out of the idea of spooky abandoned amusement parks. This park near the Chernobyl disaster was abandoned before it sever opened.
Abandoned train station, Detroit
The Pavilion building, built in 1885, was originally an insane asylum for women. It handled the overflow from the asylum on Roosevelt Island, and typically received chronic cases. In the 1970s, it saw its final use as a drug rehab facility called Phoenix House.
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On the very northernmost coast of Taiwan lies the spookily bizarre San Zhi resort, which consists entirely of circular, multi-coloured pods stacked on top of one another. Furthermore, these strange habitats have been completely abandoned for a number of years, and are slowly rotting away into nothing.
Erich Morton and his friend James stumbled upon the site of the former Six Flags amusement park in New Orleans. The park was heavily damaged in the wake of Hurricane Katrina and has since fallen into disrepair as cleanup and recovery have all but been abandoned (for now). What’s left in the park’s place is a mess of rides that are left half-standing and a lot of rubble from the storm.
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