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For more than 30 years, the former town of Potosi resided underwater after it was flooded by the building of a dam

abandoned churches | Seven Creepy Abandoned Churches

This has to be one of the most striking, beautiful abandonments I’ve ever been inside. It is an English, Gothic-style church completed in 1911 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in

Chicago, 1955

Jumping rope over the city

During a performance for a Shriners convention, a Sky Dancer aerialist skips rope on a small platform high (at least 20 stories) above the streets of downtown, Chicago, Illinois, July (Photo by John Dominis/Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)


Abandoned Motels, Diners and Gas Stations

Abandoned motels, diners and gas stations are nostalgic symbols of Americana once popular on road trips, such as Buckhorn Mineral Baths and those on Route 66

Playas margariteñas

Playas margariteñas

COSTA RICA..somehow I think Coldplay must have been here...Par - a - paradise

somehow I think Coldplay must have been here.Par - a - paradise

Museu de arte contemporanea (MAC), Niterói BRAZIL!

A view of the Museu de Arte Contemporanea in Niteroi by architect Oscar Niemeyer as seen in situ from a distance. Uma visão do Museu de Arte Contemporânea, - Purchase a framed print of this photo or license the high-resolution image.

This is up Nutter Fort Rd, on Rt 18 near West Union, WV

Another pinner said:This is up Nutter Fort Rd,On Rt 18 near West Union,WV. Right down the road from where my dad grew up.

At 30 meters below sea level near a lighthouse called La Fourmigue, off the Cap d’Antibes, lies the remains of a 1000m² underwater miniature French town complete with houses and buildings up to a meter high, a church, town square, an amphitheatre and even a lawyer’s office.

The aquatic town was built between 1963 and 1965 by French filmmakers who wanted to shoot parts of their movie, L’Enfant et la Sirène (The Child and the Mermaid) on a real underwater film set.