10 Deserted Places That Were Left In The Hands Of Mother Nature
Time, they say, is the most powerful tool in the world. You cannot control it, you cannot overcome it, and no one can stop it. Once your time is up, there is nothing you can do. These places were once known for their beautiful landscapes and were always crowded, but like the beginning and the end, these places have expired. But the beautiful stories of their past have been passed on to future generations and will not be forgotten.
who knows? Fifty years from now, the cities we know today will no longer exist, only for our children to imagine. But now it’s time to visit a desolate part of the world that people have long forgotten.
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Rollercoaster in Nara Dreamland (Japan)
Nara Dreamland is a theme park in Japan that aims to recreate the famous Disneyland. Disney is also said to have collaborated in the making of the park, but it is between the two due to a permission dispute between the two parties. The park opened in 1961, but their failure to attract large numbers of visitors was their downfall, despite efforts to copy Disney. The park closed in 2006 and was later demolished in 2017.
Hotel de Salto (Colombia)
Like the end of a Disney story, the tragic ending of Hotel Salto comes to life. Hotel de Salto is known for its rare structure built on a cliff and surrounded by trees and mountains.
The structure was supposed to be rebuilt in the 1950s, but it was not realized and its main foundations were weakened by the pollution of the Bogotá River. This ended up dissatisfying residents and tourists with the hotel.
Tu-144 Supersonic Passenger Jet (Kazan City)
Imagine coming home and seeing a plane parked in the middle of your backyard. Yes, we thought it was the 3rd World War. We don’t know who stopped it or why, but we do know that the owner never came to get it back.
Spectators and passersby dock the plane. They can’t lose them all. As you know, nothing is faster than rumors, especially if they are true. Soon the backyard became a tourist attraction and people started coming to take pictures.
The Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Graveyard (Peru)
An abandoned train entered the list, and surprisingly, it wasn’t a car but rather a motorcycle. If you look closely, you will see that they are police stations located in Puente Piedra, Lima county, Peru.
Police deliberately abandoned bikes because they could not repair them. The bike was later sold for $1,300 at various auctions. The government also sells small quantities of bikes.
Chatillon: The Car Cemetery
What we thought was a place for abandoned cars turned out to be an abandoned car cemetery in Châtillon, near Paris, France. The cars belonged to the US military, which should have been abandoned during WWII.
They left because they couldn’t take it home. Old cars were parked in a secluded spot on the top of the forest. But now they are moving due to environmental concerns.
Six Flags Theme Park (USA)
On August 25, 2005, Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, killing more than 1,800 people and causing $125 billion in damage. Six Flags is the victim of a disaster and has since been abandoned.
All efforts to improve the park since the tragic event in 2005 have been in vain. Even today you can find Six Flags abandoned, overgrown and desolate. His lifeless survival is still a reminder of the unfortunate event.
Fukushima Supermarket (Japan)
In March 2011, the Fukushima mall was one of many places in Japan that suffered one of the worst disasters in modern history. More than 300.00 have been removed as a result, but the warning remains.
It was determined that the reason was the earthquake and tsunami affecting the nuclear power plant. Many places, items and shops had to be evacuated and abandoned, including the Fukushima mansion. All his gear, food, and drink were left behind.
Atkins Hall Apartments (Ireland)
Today, Atkins Hall Apartment is a popular residential area, but it’s worth noting that this was not always the case. It served as a sanctuary until 2002 when it was separated, a place said to be haunted.
The four-storey apartments are now being built and renovated as new residences in different parts of the site. If people know what happened to these apartments, we want to know if they still want to live there. You never know.
The Chernobyl Ferris Wheel (Ukraine)
Pripyat Amusement Park was supposed to open on May 1, 1986, but everything changed after the Chernobyl disaster. The Chernobyl nuclear accident, which occurred on April 26, 1986, is considered the worst nuclear disaster in history.
Although the nuclear accident was only a few kilometers from the park, the risk was great and it was eventually decided to permanently evacuate the city. Like the New Orleans roller coaster, the Ferris wheel is reminiscent of what happened at Chernobyl.
Space Shuttle at the Baikonur Cosmodrome (Kazakhstan)
On November 15, 1988, the Soviet Union launched its first space shuttle from Baikonur Cosmodrome (now Kazakhstan). The space shuttle “Buran” is similar to the American space shuttle. However, this is the last.
The program was terminated in 1993 by President Boris Yeltsin, the first post-Soviet president. Our storm lives on today.
You’ll find one at the Baikonur Museum, and both are gathering dust in the Baikonur complex.