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Boredpanda.com has collected images of some of the most ghostly abandoned places from around the world — every single one of which has its own special charm. On one hand, it’s as if the people in these places just suddenly disappeared. On the other, it’s also intriguing to see how some things that used to belong to people are slowly being reclaimed by nature.

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6 Responses

  1. Lili_HGTV says:

    These are amazing, Grant! Thank you for sharing.

  2. rss says:

    The floating forest and ghost ship are my favorites. These are frame-worthy I think.

  3. DBCoop says:

    An absolutely incredible compilation of thought-provoking images. Each extraordinary photo pays homage to mankind's brilliance and nature's power.
    All are silent keepers of deep, dark secrets and fascinating human-interest stories.

    So many favorites. The long-deserted mining settlement of Kolmanskop, Namibia is definitely a diamond in the rough. There's Santorini's old mill, the floating forest in Australia and Michigan's abandoned and haunting central station. Also the last house (no longer) standing on Holland Island and finally, an entire centuries old water-entombed and sunken city in China.

    Thanks for the awesome showcase. http://blog.hgtv.com/design/2014/02/21/fascinatin

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  5. monkey_harris says:

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Grant DudleyGrant is the editor-in-chief of Design Happens and digital programming manager of HGTV.com. Despite growing up begging his mom not to ever drag him to another antique store, today his...


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