Abandoned but still beautiful buildings

Each building has its own unique history. What story that another abandoned house can tell you? Will it be criminal thriller? Or may be a spooky story about the ghosts? Or a hymn to industrial revolution? Can you feel fear, curiosity or just a lot of questions: when it was built, or how long ago people abandoned it, for what reason?

Usually, abandoned buildings are frightening and attractive at the same time. They are strange. We have prepared a list of the most famous abandoned buildings. So let’s take a look at them.

1. Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea.

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1. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: en.wikipedia.org

2. Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York City, USA.

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2. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: thetomharrison.com

3. Michigan Building, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

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3. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

4. Bannerman Castle, Pollopel Island, New York, USA.

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4. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: artificialowl.net

5. Hashima Island, Nagasaki, Japan.

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5. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: commons.wikimedia.org

6. Miranda Castle, Celles, Belgium.

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6. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: en.wikipedia.org

7. Chambre de Commerce, Antwerp, Belgium.

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7. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: 28dayslater.co.uk

8. Pripyat, Ukraine.

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8. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

9. City Hall Subway, New York City, New York, USA.

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9. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: openingintro.com

10. Yekaterinburg TV Tower, Yekaterinburg, Russia.

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10. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: kuriositas.com

11. Spreepark, Berlin, Germany.

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11. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

12. Sathorn Unique, Bankok, Thailand.

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12. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

13. Six Flags New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.

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13. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

14. Czestochowa Train Depot, Czestochowa, Poland.

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14. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: flickr.com

15. Nicosia International Airport, Cyprus.

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15. Abandoned but still beautiful buildings. Source: theatlantic.com

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