The Most Breathtaking Forgotten Places
The Most Breathtaking Forgotten Places

50 Of The Most Breathtaking Forgotten Places, Shared In The ‘Abandoned Beauties’ Facebook Group

Harsha Madushanka
Harsha Madushanka

Our planet is an enchanting labyrinth brimming with natural marvels and sprinkles of magic. It's not only the stunning creations of Mother Nature that captivate us but also the human-made marvels that leave us in awe. However, this piece shifts the spotlight from the celebrated human ingenuity to something slightly unconventional abandoned man-made wonders.

This isn't about the everyday creations of humankind, rather it's about the intriguing instances where human creation intertwines with desertion. Yes, you've read it right. We're looking at deserted human-made creations that paradoxically speak volumes. The Facebook page "Abandoned Beauties" specializes in curating images of these spectacularly deserted spaces. They might be unused, yet they radiate an unconventional beauty, as they inch their way back into the arms of nature.

Most of these sites are secreted away in desolate, far-flung locations. Consequently, we must underscore the risks of venturing into these places for sightseeing purposes. They include an eclectic mix of abandoned edifices, automobiles, and even aircraft, found in disparate corners of the globe.

Witnessing these deserted creations gradually reclaim their place in nature promises an exceptional, unmatched experience. Digital explorers globally have been sharing fascinating snapshots of these places, which "Abandoned Beauties" has conveniently assembled for your viewing pleasure.

Since these mesmerizing photos have been creating a buzz on the internet, we felt inspired to curate a list of the most captivating deserted locations on Earth, exclusively for you. It's important to remember that these places lie far from the bustling urban sprawls. Hence, should the spirit of adventure beckon you towards them, make sure to consult a professional for apt guidance. Scroll down, explore these sites, and don't forget to vote for your favorites.

We're also keen to hear your thoughts! Feel free to drop a line in the comment section. Your perspective enriches our discussion.

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#1 Mcdermott’s Castle, Abandoned Fairytale Irish Castle In The Middle Of A Lake, County Roscommon, Ireland

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#2 Abandoned House In The Swamp

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#3 A Very Little Key Will Open A Very Heavy Door. Charles Dickens

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#4 Abandoned Castle In Italy

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#5 The Garden Of Ninfa Is A Landscape Garden In The Territory Of Cisterna Di Latina, In The Province Of Latina, Central Italy

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#6 Abandoned Casino In Romania

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#7 The Stairway Of An Abandoned Button Factory

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#8 A Perfect Place For Peaceful Thoughts And Meditation

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#9 Abandoned 19th Century Greenhouse, France

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#10 Abandoned Glasshouse

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#11 Abandoned Mansion, Belgium

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#12 Abandoned Chapel In France

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#13 The Ruins Of Bannerman’s Castle, An Abandoned Military Surplus Warehouse, Still Stand In The Middle Of The Hudson River

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#14 Fairy Tale House

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#15 I Don't Understand Why People Abandoned Beautiful Properties Like This

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#16 A Library Inside An Abandoned 19th Century Victorian Mansion. Who Wants To Explore??

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#17 Italy

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#18 Ballysaggartmore Towers Are Two Ornate Entrance Lodges (One Also Acts As A Bridge)

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#19 The Magnificence Of An Abandoned Place

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#20 A Roman Bathhouse Still In Use After 2,000 Years In Khenchela, Algeria

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#21 An Old Castle That’s Been Left Behind In England

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#22 Abandoned Beach House Slowly Being Reclaimed By The Sea, North Carolina

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#23 Shengsi Islands

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#24 Abandoned Hotel Del Salto, Colombia. Explore Or Ignore?

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#25 Beautiful Abandoned Miners' Cottages In A Disused Slate Quarry In Snowdonia, North Wales

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#26 Strasbourg, France

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#27 Abandoned Hotel In Northern Italy (San Pellegrino)

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#28 Hidden In The Forest

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#29 Abandoned Spa Town In The Czech Republic

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#30 Abandoned Villa In Italy

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#31 Ghost Cloud Temple

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#32 Aniva Lighthouse In Sakhalin, North Of Japan

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#33 French Castle

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#34 A Sanatorium, In Poland. Explore Or Ignore?

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#35 Sintra

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#36 Skola Tower. Italia

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#37 Abandoned Beauty

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#38 Abandoned Train In Siberia

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#39 Abandoned Guitar Factory

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#40 Awesome Staircase In Europe

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#41 Who’s Interested In Escaping Civilization And Buying Their Own Private Island In Wales? This Fixer Upper Sea Fort With Epic Views Is Now For Sale, It Was Last Upgraded In 1859!

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#42 An Overgrown Pool At An Abandoned Mansion. Location Unknown

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#43 Atmosphere In Russia

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#44 Abandoned Library

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#45 Volkswagen Graveyard

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#46 Abandoned Hotel - 2019

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#47 Smirnykh, Sakhalinskaya Oblast', Russia

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#48 Abandoned

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#49 If Walls Could Talk...

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#50 Soviet Era Tupolev 104 Jet

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