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Alaska’s Goose Creek Tower (Dr. Seuss House) is a whimsical tower made of stacked cabins

Hidden in the sparse Alaskan woods off Kenny Boulevard in Willow, Alaska, known locally as Dr Seuss House.

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Abandoned orthodox church outside of Bucharest, Romania. It's rumored that a strigori (a Romanian monster from folklore) lives in the churchyard.

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Villa Zanelli - The Abandoned Mansion With An Incredible Past

The abandoned Villa Zanelli Savona, Italy. Villa Zanelli, named after the…

Ruined fountain stands forlorn in Belchite. Belchite offers a unique place to visit in Spain and is a monument to the Spanish civil war which tore through the country between 1936 and 1939. Left "as is" after the war this battle destroyed village in Aragon offers visitors a chance to appreciate both the history of Spain as well as an understanding of the innocents that are affected by any conflict.

Belchite - Visit a unique ruined village from the Spanish civil war left as-is!

Diamant Brauerei, Located in Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany. The brewery was built in 1834 and brewed the popular Diamant beer until 1994 when it was closed.

BANNERMAN'S CASTLE is without a doubt the Hudson Valley's most renowned ruin.  It is widely known and often written about.   Bannerman's is the perfect ruin, right down to its location-- on Pollepel (or Polopel) Island, which is fabled for eerie happenings going back to the 1600's.

Bannerman's Castle is the Hudson Valley's most renowned ruin. Bannerman's is the perfect ruin, right down to its location on Pollepel (or Polopel) Island, which is fabled for eerie happenings going back to the

Carlton Villa

Carleton Island - Wyckoff Villa near Cape Vincent, NY - I wanna go here!

Buffalo, NY was the world’s largest grain port from the mid 1800s to the mid 1900s. As such, the waterways in and around Buffalo were home to a large number of grain elevators, a key component in grain receival, storage, and logistics. Today, many of these grain elevators are decaying shells, mere reminders of their former glory.

Buffalo, NY was the world’s largest grain port from the mid to the mid and the waterways in and around Buffalo were home to a large number of grain elevators.

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