The middle building is a miner house built in 1961. The left side is a reinforced concrete house built in 1918. You can see Hashima Shrine at the far left.
If you’re a fan of @hbo’s Chernobyl, you’ll love these kind of creepy images from @violent_crumble “While it’s very exciting to be there, you have to be very mindful that you’re in a sad place, you’re not actually in a place that’s fun,” he said. “I felt very insignificant in the sense that you’re in an abandoned city and Mother Nature is just consuming and engulfing this place.” BUT... not all of these pics are from Chernobyl. Some are from abandoned places in Japan and even Australia. See if you can pick which ones.
Urbex Tour glad to introduce you the ultimate guide to choose your next urbex travel destination!
Year to year quantity of urbex tourists groves up twofold. The urbextour team offers you a rating of the most interesting and impressive places for urban exploration tourism in the world.
Ukraine: Chernobyl Zone and Kyiv Underground Urbex Tours
Japan: Fukushima Zone and Hashima Island
Kazakhstan: Baikonur Cosmodrome and Rebirth Island
Bulgaria: Buzludzha – Abandoned Communist Palace
France: Paris Catacombs and Abandoned Metro Stations
Albania: Gajer Airbase, Submarine Base and Polican Plant
Italy: Sommerzano Castle and Sorrento Mill
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