Bourbon Tunnel | Naples, Italy

The world is full of forgotten places. Some of them are in fairly large cities. One of them is a tunnel with a vintage car at Naples, Italy. The entrance to this place is not far from Piazza del Plebiscito. At a depth of 30 meters is very tunnel Bourbon, which houses rare cars. The history of this place long enough and interesting.

Bourbon Tunnel Naples Italy

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Europe’s abandoned cooling towers

Traveling around Europe, Belgian photographer Reginald Van de Velde explore the bottom of the abandoned cooling towers and finds there the theatrical stage. He said

‘One thing that fascinates me is the fact that not a single cooling tower is the same. Each and every one of them has a unique interior design and build. They all look the same from the exterior, but with each visit to a new cooling tower I’m always surprised by a different interior, time and time again.

Europe's abandoned cooling towers

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The beauty of abandoned buildings

For the boarded-up windows and warning signs “Passage closed” is often hidden world, which is slowly absorbed by nature. The last 5 years of a photographer from London Rebecca Bathory spent traveling the world in search of the most beautiful abandoned buildings.

The beauty of abandoned buildings

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Photographer Kenneth Provost and Abandoned Italy

Abandoned places always attract researchers for its unique aura. Belgian photographer Kenneth Provost is one of them. From his trip to Italy, he brought not hackneyed photos of the Colosseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and the mysterious pictures of abandoned places with the title ” Beautiful Italy“.

Photographer Kenneth Provost and Abandoned Italy

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Abandoned Bunkers Of Albania

The era of Enver Halil Hoxha in Albania left about 750,000 bunkers. Paranoid dictator was fascinated by the idea of “bunkerizatsii whole country.” During the 35 years (1950-85), most of the residents were involved in public works in order to build temporary shelters in case of war. Today bins made of high quality materials (which by the way were bought in Austria and Italy), continue to exist as monuments of the state of idiocy and paranoia. Some of these buildings are adapted by local residents for various needs.

Abandoned Bunkers Of Albania

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Abandoned venues of Athens Olympic 2004

Greece is the birthplace of the Olympic Games. The history of these competences goes back almost 3000 years ago. However, unlike ancient Greece, contemporary Greeks have little reason to be proud of the accomplishment of the Olympics. In 2004 in Athens the twenty-eighth edition of the Olympic Games was held, but in just 11 years, the sports structures along with the Olympic Village became true ruins.

Abandoned venues of Athens Olympic 2004

The sand for beach volleyball is overgrown.

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Naoto Matsumura, The man alone in the town of Tomioka Japan

Naoto Matsumura – the usual Japanese farmer. True, he is the only person living in the town of Tomioka is located just 9.5 km from the nuclear power plant “Fukushima-1.”  After the disaster of 2011 more than 150 thousand people were forced to flee their homes. Naoto also left with their parents, but then began to worry about their abandoned animals. Not wanting to starve his cattle, he decided to go back to Tomioka. We sincerely admire the selfless act of Japanese. Naoto Matsumura – the only person who was not afraid to live in the exclusion zone around Fukushima.

Naoto Matsumura, The man alone in the town of Tomioka JapanHe left the city along with other residents, but came back to take care of the animals left behind.

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