We all know that our planet, Earth is the most favorable planet of God. And this is why that we are blessed with the most unseen places (man-made or nature-made both). The pictures of bewildering long-lost-places will take your imagination for the place to the next level.
We have listed below some of the best, eye-catching places’ pictures that will force you to take the tour of it. Before reading further, we suggest that you should re-check your travel list. And if you haven’t listed the places in it, then get ready to make the space for these places as well.
Let’s start the tour and have a look at those heavenly places on earth
1. SS Ayrfield, Homebush Bay, Australia
You might have ever seen the floating forest. But now after seeing this picture, you can say that you know about a floating forest. This forest is growing on a graveyard ship, this adds the life on this abounded place in Australia. This steel beast of 1140-tonne was built in the UK in 1911, but after its retirement, it was sent to a ship-breaking yard. Since then Homebush Bay has been its permanent home.
2. Mysterious Dome Houses, Marco Island in Cape Romano, Florida
Bob Lee was an ambitious retired independent oil producer, built this home as an ambitious DIY project in 1980. These domes were the Lee’s daughter’s permanent home, until when the Hurricane Andrew occurred. The hurricane didn’t damage the DIY project of Lee, but still, the family shifted.
3. Hashima Island, Japan
This unseen beautiful island belongs to Nagasaki Prefecture, Japan. This place belongs to one of the 505 uninhabited islands. This island last saw the population between 1887 and 1974 as a coal mining. Later in the 1960s, Japan was replaced with petroleum and coal mines begun to shut down. If you want to enjoy the site seeing and island life at the same time, this would be the best option.
4. Kalavantin Durg Near Panvel, India
The fort of Kalavantin is a best picturesque area, located near Panvel in Mumbai, India. It is relatively difficult for the visitors to trek up, as it is at the height of 2300 feet. This one of the abandoned places in the world once belonged to the queen named- Kalavantin.
5. Kolmanskop, Namib Desert Namibia
This interesting place was discovered in 1908 by a mining worker, who found the diamond in this area. Gradually, it grew to a very small but rich mining village, but after the first world was it went abandoned.
Author- Simran Bhatnagar
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