Sep 13 2012
Acording to the developers, this partially built amusement park was supposed to be “the largest amusement park in Asia”. In 1998, construction stopped due to disagreements with the local government and farmers over property prices.
Jun 30 2012
Once again we go back to the land of all abandoned things that are Soviet. It seems like people are finding new locations monthly – crazy to even imagine how many more there are out there (operational and abandoned). This one is located somewhere in Ukraine and was built and used in the early 1970's.
Jun 13 2012
Chuuk Lagoon (formerly known as Truk Lagoon) was Imperial Japan's main naval base in the South Pacific theater of WW2. In 1944 Operation Hailstone was launched by the United States – during which 12 Japanese warships, 32 merchant ships and 249 aircraft were destroyed. Some say this is Japanese equivalent of Pearl Harbor.
May 14 2012
We love seeing art like this, it really makes us wonder – what if the world ended, what would it look like? Take a look at the Post-Apocalypse art by a young Belgian artist, Jonas De Ro.
Apr 21 2012
Seems like most of the cool abandoned places are located in Russia (probably has something to do with the break up of Soviet Union). Located in Moscow.
Mar 23 2012
In a way this is similar to the zombie proof house that we mentioned last year, but this seems so much more realistic - and the possibilities with this one are endless.
Mar 7 2012
In the 1960's and 1970's, Yugoslavians built monumental sculptures to commemorate World War II.
Feb 24 2012
For all of you Star Wars fans, check out this art piece called "Decay" by Denis Ogloblin on DevianART. We love it!
Feb 23 2012
In Tucson, Arizona, contemporary artists re-purposed abandoned WII aircraft, turning them into fresh and creative canvases.
Feb 15 2012
This is the continuation to our earlier post about abandoned cold war era Soviet Equipment that was left behind during the vast 1990's demilitarization. Some of these pictures are just amazing!