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10 Photos Of Abandoned Places That You Won't Want To Believe Exist

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Abandoned buildings and areas are probably one of the most fascinating things you could find. It's completely insane that people could spend all that money and time building something unique and special, only to have it get left completely barren and empty.

Sometimes the circumstances that led to the buildings getting run down are out of the owner's control, but either way, it's still interesting to look at these abandoned places that used to be filled with so much life. They do have a hauntingly beautiful quality to them, but some are super creepy. Check them out!

Underwater restaurant turned strip club

Gil Koplovitz

The entrance to this underwater building was above water with a simple staircase down. It was a restaurant for a little while before it was changed into a strip club.

It was called the Nymphas Show Bar but closed down years ago, taking most of the furniture with them.

Gil Koplovitz

British Sea Forts

The British Royal Navy built these sea forts as a way to protect themselves from air rids.

City Hall Subway Station, NYC

Fred Guenther

This underground station was shut down in 1945, but recently it was reopened for one night as part of an exhibition.

Abandoned Mill, Sorrento, Italy

It was called Valley of the Mills and it was used hundreds of years ago to process wheat. The humidity became too unbearable to work there so the mill was abandoned.

The remains of Pegasus

The former airstrip in Antarctica is no longer used, but the remains of the Pegasus airplane that crashed in 1970 are still peaking out of the snow.

A lot of really unique places are abandoned including mines and theme parks...

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