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Inside the "slyudo" mines (muscovite: potassium mica), dating from the times of Stalin's Gulags and abandoned since 1961. (it's located near the city of Kyshtym, Chelyabinsk region) (notice the ice stalagmites)

Inside the "slyudo" mines (muscovite: potassium mica), dating from the times of Stalin's Gulags and abandoned since (it's located near the city of Kyshtym, Chelyabinsk region) (notice the ice stalagmites)

There’s a Whole Subterranean World Under Britain.  I would go there except for Underworld...

There’s a Whole Subterranean World Under Britain

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Not a fan of breaking into creepy old houses? Keep things safe and spooky with these three brilliant board games set in haunted houses! It's a Halloween treat!

Unfortunately, the film, a musical directed by Sylver Néjad Atzamba, never saw the light of day and the miniature underwater town was forgotten on the seabed and left to the elements.

The aquatic town was built between 1963 and 1965 by French filmmakers who wanted to shoot parts of their movie, L’Enfant et la Sirène (The Child and the Mermaid) on a real underwater film set.

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Giardino d'inverno - abandoned greenhouse in Italy. I wanna be in you abandoned greenhouse.

The most colossal abandoned site in Detroit is the old Packard Automotive Plant that was once a 3,500,000-square-foot (325,000 m2) factory producing luxury Packard cars. Built in 1903 this was once considered a state of the art factory. The company merged with Studebaker in 1954 and by the late 1950′s the demand for large luxury vehicles was declining. The company was struggling to compete with other major car manufacturers and sales were dropping. The automotive plant ended up closing in…

Meanwhile across from the Canadian border – Abandoned Detroit?

The most colossal abandoned site in Detroit is the old Packard Automotive Plant that was once a 3,500,000-square-foot (325,000 m2) factory producing luxury Packard cars. Built in 1903 this was once considered a state of the art factory. The company merged with Studebaker in 1954 and by the late 1950′s the demand for large luxury vehicles was declining. The company was struggling to compete with other major car manufacturers and sales were dropping. The automotive plant ended up closing in…

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