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  • Abandoned Uyuni Train Cemetery Graveyard in Bolivia
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    Abandoned Uyuni Train Cemetery Graveyard in Bolivia

    Where did Bolivia’s Train Graveyard come from? Bolivia’s mining sector experienced a heyday in the 19th century. It was agreed that a rail network would be constructed to link La Paz to the nearby mines and to offer transportation linkages to Chile’s ocean harbors, where the minerals could be exported, in order to support this […] More

  • History of Wentworth WoodHouse
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    History of Wentworth WoodHouse

    The majestic Wentworth Woodhouse is a stately property that can be found in the charming village of Wentworth, which is located in South Yorkshire, England. It is the most extensive country house in all of England, spanning almost a quarter of a million square feet and including more than three hundred and sixty-five rooms in […] More

  • History of Winstanley Hall , England.
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    History of Winstanley Hall , England.

    In the English county of Lancashire, the village of Winstanley, close to Wigan, is home to the medieval mansion known as Winstanley Hall. The hall’s lengthy and fascinating history, which dates back to the 16th century, shows how important it has been to the growth and history of the neighborhood. A deed from 1540 that […] More

  • History of Hudson Valley’s Letchworth Village’s Progressive Mental Hospital
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    History of Hudson Valley’s Letchworth Village’s Progressive Mental Hospital

    Letchworth Village served as both an example of compassionate care and a representation of institutional abuse, and it also contributed to the widespread recognition of Geraldo Rivera. Ileana Eckert took a part-time job at Letchworth Village in Thiells during her time in high school and college in the 1970s before she was appointed superintendent of […] More

  • Ruin of Wyndcliffe Mansion in Rhinebeck, New York
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    Ruin of Wyndcliffe Mansion in Rhinebeck, New York

    Wyndcliffe Mansion is a historic mansion ruin in Dutchess County, New York, close to Rhinebeck. According to the Library of Congress’s records, the brick palace was first known as Rhinecliff and was built in the Norman style in 1853. There are several impressive ruins in the Hudson River Valley, but few have the same eerie […] More

  • Abandoned Ukrainian Pidhirtsi Castle’s Attraction
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    Abandoned Ukrainian Pidhirtsi Castle’s Attraction

    Location: Ukraine, Pidhirtsi The Pidhirtsi Castle (1635–1640) is a late Renaissance and Baroque architectural relic that is encircled by fortifications. Ancient Ukrainian Pidhirtsi Castle Pidhirtsi Castle, which is close to the Pidhirtsi village in the Lviv region, is one of the most popular castles in Ukraine. The village itself is tiny, occupying a mere 2.5 […] More

  • Renovation of Abandoned American Brewery in Baltimore
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    Renovation of Abandoned American Brewery in Baltimore

    Simply What is Baltimore’s American Brewery House? The American Brewery’s main structure serves as a reminder of Baltimore’s once-significant beer business, which grew as a result of the city’s sizable German immigrant population. A distinctive example of industrial architecture from the 19th century is the brew house of the American Brewery. However, the exterior characteristics […] More

  • Once Abandoned Lynnewood Hall in Elkins Park Philadelphia
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    Once Abandoned Lynnewood Hall in Elkins Park Philadelphia

    Lynnewood Hall is the Greatest Surviving Gilded Age mansions Falls Into Disrepair after 25 Years in Elkins Park philadelphia This magnificent example of the Neo-Classical Revival style is regarded as one of the finest Gilded Age houses still standing. The majestic house fell into disrepair due to a complicated and tragic history, but it still […] More

  • Isle of Wight’s Abandoned Appuldurcombe House
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    Isle of Wight’s Abandoned Appuldurcombe House

    On the Isle of Wight, there are a number of eerie manor houses, but Appuldurcombe House’s ancient ruins are reputed to be among the island’s most haunted. Overview of Appuldurcombe House The Appuldurcombe House was built on a site with a rich history that dates back to the eleventh century. The first Norman king of […] More

  • “World Discoverer” Cruise Ship Left Behind
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    “World Discoverer” Cruise Ship Left Behind

    A cruise ship that has been abandoned is somewhere in the Solomon Islands. The 3,724 gross tonne World Discoverer has been allowed to rust while also developing a thriving tourism industry! They are all retiring with unique stories to share and are waiting to be carried away by the water. The German cruise ship MS […] More

  • Ancient City of Ani in Eastern Turkey : A Forgotten Ghost City
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    Ancient City of Ani in Eastern Turkey : A Forgotten Ghost City

    Ani, also known as “the world city” or the “cradle of civilizations,” lies about 42 kilometers (26.1 miles) from the Kars city center and was inducted into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2016. Ancient City of Ani in Eastern Turkey : A forgotten Ghost City Ancient City of Ani in Eastern Turkey : A […] More

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