Hashima Island, Japan
Is a small island in Japan and one of the five hundred and five uninhabited islands of Nagasaki Prefecture.
From the end of the 19th century until the end of the 20th century, it was populated due to the access it granted to mines of submarine coal.
However, as Japan gradually shifted from coal to oil, the mines (and the buildings that sprang up around them to support their workers) closed, leaving an isolated ghost town reminiscent of a ghostly concrete battleship.
Their structures have been claimed by nature and as a result give these chilling but shocking images.
El salto Hotel , Colombia
This hotel near the Tenquedema waterfalls in Colombia, opened in 1928, in order to service people who visited the waterfall, there are many theories of why it was closed, some say that its haunted by the ghost of all the people that commit suicide in the waterfalls, others that it was closed due to the Pollution of the river, the truth is that even after it was closed the hotel became a railway terminal and then a restaurant no one remained there, reason why its destiny was to be abandoned a creepy.
Underwater City in Shicheng, China
This incredible underwater city, trapped in time, is 1341 years old. Shicheng, or Lion City, is located in Zhejiang province in eastern China.
Deep in this tranquil lake is a labyrinth of ornate temples, commemorative arches and dragon carvings.
It was deliberately submerged in 1959 during the construction of the Xin’an River Hydroelectric Station. Water protects the city from wind and rain erosion, so it has remained sealed under relatively good conditions.
The ancient city, which is hidden 130 feet under water, was once Shi Cheng – the center of politics and economy in the eastern province of Zhejiang.
Floating Forest in Sydney, Australia
This boat or what remains of, located on the west side of Sydney, Australia is over 102 years old, abandoned in the bay, it was left to be dismantled, but the shipyard dismantled hill, and has become a forest Floating and what shows us once again the ability of nature to survive.
It has become a famous attraction and favorite by photographers.
Pripyat is a ghost town of Ukraine that was inhabited by workers at the nearby Chernobyl nuclear power plant but was evacuated in less than 3 hours by the Russian army during the 1986 Chernobyl nueclear disaster. What made Pripyat a village Ghost and radioactive.
The photos of this place are not only intriguing but also extremely dark.