Amazing Abandoned Places Around the World – Part1
We get a lot of messages asking for amazing destinations that one needs to see in this life, that’s why we decided to make a 3 part article featuring some of the most Amazing Abandoned Places Around the World!
Although there are a lot more amazing places to soon be featured on Alux, these have something special, they are seen as the underdog and although they have been abandoned most of them offer a view you will never get to see anywhere else in the world!
Pay attention, grab a paper and a pen, write down your favorites because it would be a shame if you didn’t get to visit at least o few of them in this lifetime!
Let’s get started, these is the first part of our Amazong Abandoned Places Around the World!
Kalavantin Durg near Panvel, India
Also known as the stairway to heaven, this Lalavantin Durg offers views that can compete with anything else in the world!
Kolmanskop in the Namib Desert
This town is what’s left of a diamond boom back in the 1900s and now, the desert is taking it back!
The remains of the SS Ayrfield in Homebush Bay, Australia
Although there are plenty of similar Ships around the world the one in the Parramatta River is just breath taking!
The abandoned Wonderland Amusement Park outside Beijing, China
It was supposed to be China’s response to DisneyLand but due to many misunderstandings between land owners and investors, add to that a huge dose of corruption, the project was put on hold and what is left is just a Ghost town in the outskirts of Beijing.
Fishing hut on a lake in Germany
Located in the southeast of Germany, this 210 square kilometers parc is owned by the state and for preservation purposes it was left untouched. Just imagine standing there enjoying nature in one of it’s purest forms!
The Kerry Way walking path between Sneem and Kenmare in Ireland
At over 200 km long this is one of the longest walking trails in the world and it features a lot of amazing sights! For anyone wanting to witness natural beauty from a ground level this trail is a must!
What was once a very busy city is one of the most amazing ghost towns in the world! Most of them worked for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, but everything changed on 26 April 1986 when an explosion within the plant had radiation started leaking from its nuclear reactor.
Holland Island in the Chesapeake Bay
This Victorian home was build back in 1888. The amazing thing that it wasn’t this small in the beggining. Back on the island there were many similar houses but the erosion took one by one out until people finally decided to save the last one.
Christ of the Abyss at San Fruttuoso, Italy
For those of you that enjoy scuba diving this must be on your To-See List. Christ of the Abyss is a submerged bronze statue in the Mediterranean Sea in the Italian Riviera .
Abandoned dome houses in Southwest Florida
Constructed in 1981 and purchased in 2005 John Tosto this retro-futuristic igloo like home has been the reason of many disputes since it was bought and due to bureaucracy it’s still not been restored. The weird looking house has become a tourist attraction mostly because it just doesn’t fit with it’s environment.
15th century monastery in the Black Forest in Germany
What was once an active Benedictine monastery is now just a relic reminding people of the architecture back in 1800s. The place even has a few stories connected to it and it has become a place of great interest for anyone passing through the area!