16 Photos Of People Traveling The World In Search Of Incredible Abandoned Places

There are people among us who do not stop at the difficulties of finding interesting abandoned places around the world. His goal is to take atmospheric photos that make other people see the beauty of something that has not been used by people for a long time or is completely destroyed. They explore abandoned buildings, factories, tunnels, ships, and even entire cities where people have not lived for a long time. These photographers share their adventures on social media, allowing us to see the world through their eyes. These photographs make you wonder what the world would be like if people no longer lived in it. The photos they take are impressive. They show the beauty that is hidden from the eyes and leave a feeling that time has stopped here.

That is why in this article we made a perfect selection of the best images captured by these great photographers, I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

1.Luxurious hall of an abandoned palace in Portugal, whose walls are decorated with the trompe l’oeil technique, which is nothing more than drawings that create the illusion of volume. It is a pity that no one can appreciate this artistic beauty anymore.

2.The classroom of the old school has a carpet of green moss, the children who passed by these tables will surely be filled with nostalgia after recognizing their school.

3.The pool at the abandoned hotel now looks more like a pond, the perfect place for tadpoles to breed.

4.Beautiful marble columns in the lobby of the old theater, the building of which is scheduled for demolition. We just hope that they can recover some items that are undoubtedly very valuable.

5.It’s a shame that such a wonderful place in the south of France is falling into disrepair. Maintaining historic villas is too expensive.

6.School building in a long empty village on the vast plains of the US state of Oregon.

7.A lonely house on the now uninhabited Japanese island.

8.The once-crowded café on the outskirts of New York closed in 2005. Appliances, china, and even newspapers were left in place.

9.This truck has not been ridden in a long time.

10.An unusual hunting lodge near the Czech town of Pardubice was built in 1880 and is completely abandoned.

11.A tram in an abandoned warehouse in Yamagata, Japan.

12.The indoor skating rink at an American ski resort was built in the 1960s, the resort closed 50 years later, but this place still impresses with its modernist architecture.

13.Call center in the early 90s. It seems that you can still hear the click of keyboard keys and the hum of dozens of telephone conversations.

14.A pair of Simplex 35mm film projectors are for sale in an old movie theater building. We listen to offers!

15.This is not a frame from a post-apocalyptic movie, but a shot of an old Japanese train that has been decommissioned.

16.The stairs in this abandoned Italian villa are a true work of art.

Do not forget to share this publication and leave us your comment for these photographers who knew very well how to transmit that feeling of abandonment and oblivion so strong that evolution, change and the passage of time bring with it, the one that does not stop and destroys everything at his step.

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