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Post time 10-9-2013 04:07 PM | Show all posts |Read mode
Romagnano al Monte (ITALY)

A very recent addition to the Italian ghost town collection, Romagnano al Monte was a small village in Salerno that was destroyed by the Irpinia earthquake of 1980. The earthquake claimed 3,000 lives. The astute villagers chose to relocate rather than rebuild, and moved a few kilometres away to a safer area, but the bulk of the town remains. In the 2000s, the area became a tourist attraction. Despite only being 30 years old and being littered with the remains of electricity wires and modern conveniences, the town already feels like a medieval ruin.





























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 Author| Post time 10-9-2013 04:20 PM | Show all posts
Craco (ITALY)

There were several contributing factors to the mass migration that left the medieval hillside town of Craco a Paese Fantasma. Things like war, landslides and recurring earthquakes. The village is located on the instep of the boot-shaped Italy in Matera province and dates back to 540AD. Most of the villagers moved down the road or to America between 1892 and 1922. The landslide in 1963 saw the remaining 1,800 inhabitants leave. The ghost town that is left has become a tourist attraction and film location. Some scenes from Mel Gibsons The Passion of the Christ, James Bond: The Quantum of Solace and Tom Contis Saving Grace were filmed in the town.














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Post time 10-9-2013 04:37 PM | Show all posts
ini kaau buat film cerita hantu best ni
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 Author| Post time 10-9-2013 04:38 PM | Show all posts
mamiayu posted on 10-9-2013 04:37 PM
ini kaau buat film cerita hantu best ni

kann???

nanti i add byk2 bandar lagi naaa..
italy china.. err malaysia ada tak??
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Post time 10-9-2013 04:41 PM | Show all posts
cikatilia posted on 10-9-2013 04:38 PM
kann???

nanti i add byk2 bandar lagi naaa..

pls add, best tgk ...

tapi location kat malaysia ko kena rahsiakan, nanti cepat je David Teoh buat pilem HANTU DIKAMPUNG USANG
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Post time 10-9-2013 05:41 PM | Show all posts
cantiknyer...! nti upload lagi yer.... tp jgn lupe seru aku.. kot2 terlupe nak jenguk2 sini..huhu
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 Author| Post time 10-9-2013 05:44 PM | Show all posts
khailya posted on 10-9-2013 05:41 PM
cantiknyer...! nti upload lagi yer.... tp jgn lupe seru aku.. kot2 terlupe nak jenguk2 sini..huhu

ok bebeh sure!
i usually gila2 babeng di forum waktu pagi..



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Post time 10-9-2013 05:46 PM | Show all posts
hehehe okes2... kagum tgk tmpt2 yg cantik tu tp agak menakutkan ni..huhu
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mamiayu posted on 10-9-2013 04:41 PM
pls add, best tgk ...

tapi location kat malaysia ko kena rahsiakan, nanti cepat je David Teoh b ...

hahaha kann??
tp so far ada je area abandoned
tp bukan sekampong or sebandar la kan
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Post time 10-9-2013 06:21 PM | Show all posts
mesia xde bandar hantu...penangan rehda..sure go up hwangggggg
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Post time 11-9-2013 01:46 PM | Show all posts
canti k dan scary!!!
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 Author| Post time 13-9-2013 09:26 AM | Show all posts
Balestrino (ITALY)

This ancient town in Savona (North West Italy) was abandoned, that much is clear from the deserted streets and empty houses. Very little information, however, remains about the town C when it was established or when and why the people migrated away. It is presumed, because of the earthquakes that plagued the coastal area in the late 19th century. There was one in 1887 that measured 6.7 in magnitude (enough to send anyone packing!). This is a last chance to see it in its current state though, as plans for redevelopment are being pushed through.















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Pentedattilo (ITALY)

Located in Calabria (Southern Italy), Pentedattilo was founded by the Greeks in 640BC. In 1793 it was hit by a devastating earthquake. So devastating, in fact, that the townspeople migrated to a nearby town called Melito Porto Salvo. Overlooking the Ionian Sea, the town is like an open-air museum, where the inhabitants had to abandon their homes and belongings. The town remained empty until the 1960s were a surge in interest in the town saw money and volunteers flood in to partially restore it. Pentedattilo now plays host to a film festival and to many artists who draw inspiration from its ruins (much like Bussana Vecchia).











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Bussana Vecchia (ITALY)

The same earthquake that struck Balestrino (mentioned above) also hit this beautiful town and killed more than 2,000 of the people who lived here. It was, in fact, the first earthquake to be measured by a true seismograph, built by Italian Filippo Cecchi. The old village was abandoned and inhabitants relocated to the aptly named Bussana Nuova (New Bussana). From the 1950s people started to live illegally here and in the 1960s squatting artists set up a commune. Despite repeated attempts by the government to evict them, the Community of International Artists remains in the town to this day. They survive by selling art to tourists.








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ANGOLA (AFRICA)
The settlement of Tigres, situated on a peninsula now known as the Ilha dos Tigres ("Island of the Tigers"), was once a small but well-established fishing village. It was supplied with water from the nearby town of Foz do Cunene, at the mouth of the Cunene River. In the 1970s, Tigres was cut off from the mainland by the rising sea level, and its water supply line was severed; both Tigres and Foz do Cunene were subsequently abandoned.[1][2] The island, bound by the South Atlantic ocean and Baia dos Tigres, lies in a zone which is ideally suited for ecological projects.[3] The island was mentioned in the BBC documentary "Unknown Africa: Angola"..


Kilamba was designed to accommodate 500,000 people and includes 750 eight-storey apartment blocks, over 100 commercial premises and a dozen schools.
























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Post time 15-9-2013 06:06 PM | Show all posts
Bila tengok dari jauh cantik sangat view .. tapi bila dah tengok dekat .. so scary.
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Post time 19-9-2013 12:20 AM | Show all posts
World Theme Park japan
build in 1988, only in service for 10 years

















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Post time 19-9-2013 12:56 AM | Show all posts
Matsuo mine in the north of Japan opened in 1914 and closed in 1969







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Post time 19-9-2013 01:12 AM | Show all posts
Hashima Mitshubishi bought the island in 1890 to use it as a base for an underwater coal mining facility, The island shut down in 1974

















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The_New_Cabul posted on 19-9-2013 01:12 AM
Hashima Mitshubishi bought the island in 1890 to use it as a base for an underwater coal mining faci ...

TQ bebeh add pitcha.. haha
last week opis aku block forum.. xdpt update.. will start update mulai today..

btw horror seh pitcha2 yang mung letak
mcm lokasi citer hantu jepon!

nice!
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Ukraine (Part 1)

After the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986, hundreds of settlements within the exclusion zone were evacuated. Some have remained abandoned ever since, including:
  • Chernobyl
  • Kopachi
  • Pripyat


The Chernobyl disaster (Ukrainian: ߧҧڧݧܧ ܧѧѧ, Chornobylska Katastrofa C Chornobyl Catastrophe) was a catastrophic nuclear accident that occurred on 26 April 1986 at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (then officially the Ukrainian SSR), which was under the direct jurisdiction of the central authorities of the Soviet Union. An explosion and fire released large quantities of radioactive particles into the atmosphere, which spread over much of the western USSR and Europe.

The Chernobyl disaster is widely considered to have been the worst nuclear power plant accident in history, and is one of only two classified as a level 7 event (the maximum classification) on the International Nuclear Event Scale (the other being the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011).[1] The battle to contain the contamination and avert a greater catastrophe ultimately involved over 500,000 workers and cost an estimated 18 billion rubles.[2] The official Soviet casualty count of 31 deaths has been disputed, and long-term effects such as cancers and deformities are still being accounted for.


Swamped: These astonishing new photographs show how Chernobyl - the site of the world's worst nuclear accident - and surrounding city of Pripyat are being reclaimed by the surrounding forest



Ghost town: This image shows Pripyat, which was founded in 1970. Its 50,000 residents were evacuated a few days after the 1986 disaster


Open: This file picture taken in the '90s shows how Prypiat looked before the forest completely closed in around it


Bare: This 1986 picture shows Prypiat following the mass evacuation. It housed 47,000 inhabitants, including 17,000 children before the disaster


Eerie: The city of Pripyat, top right, and the Chernobyl power plant, centre, are surrounded by the forest


Forgotten: The Chernobyl power plant is now a scar on the otherwise large swathe of woodland




Different: This file picture of Chernobyl nuclear power plant shows just how much it has changed since the disaster, with the forest now completely enveloping it



Hidden: Following the disaster in 1986, a Exclusion Zone was set up around the site which has now been swamped by the Red Forest



Surrounded: This image shows 'Chernobyl-2' which at the time of the disaster was completely secret. It was a radar system which could detect launches of a potential enemy in North America


Dangerous: Scientists say the area will not be safe to live in for another 20,000 years


Panoramic: This shows the photographer's view as the plane flies over the Ukraine


Tough job: A worker patrols Prypyat on Sunday as dismantling work continues at the scene of the world's worst nuclear accident


Important: Workers need to constantly help protect against any possible future radiation leaks

@khailya  @mamiayu @KampungGirl


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Ukraine (Part 2)


School Hall


Abandoned political paintings at the Pripyat theatre.


A doll and letters in Pripyat primary school.


The town is slowly disappearing into the growing foliage.


Abandoned books at Pripyat's palace of culture.


A cash register in the school canteen.


Missing power cables in Pripyat.


A Soviet stained-glass mural at the Pripyat riverside cafe.


school gym

A picture and light fittings in Pripyat primary school.

The last remaining seats in Pripyat's main cinema.


A hospital waiting room.
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Post time 21-9-2013 02:25 PM | Show all posts
osem!!! mesti scary gila tgh jalan2 kat tempat abandone ni tiba2 jumpa anak patung yg tinggal separuh tu...
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Post time 21-9-2013 05:18 PM | Show all posts
Tengok gambar bangunan yang usang tue, teringat Riviera Apartment & Highland Towers.
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UKRAINE (PART 3)


Abandoned: A ferris wheel and a merry-go-round with no one to play on them at the Soviet Palace of Culture in Pripyat


Redundant: There is now no use for this concrete road sign, reading 'Pripyat' in Russian, in the once-busy city


Ruined: Pripyat's buildings, including the city's general store, right, are damaged after being abandoned 26 years ago


Empty: A newspaper from the day before the disaster was found in a hotel room, left, and medical implements were scattered across an abandoned room in the city's hospital, right


Names: A daily roster shows how busy the deserted hospital in Pripyat was before the Chernobyl disaster happened 26 years ago

Vast: The city's large sports hall has fallen into ruin since 50,000 residents were evacuated


Derelict: The walls of the lecture hall at the Soviet-era Palace of Culture are in severe disrepair




















































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