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25 of the Creepiest Abandoned Places Around the World

Great for potential vacation destinations ... if you're brave enough.


1. Waverly Hills Sanatorium, Louisville, Kentucky

Abandoned Places Waverly Hills

2. Central State Hospital, Milledgeville, Georgia

3. Underwater City, Shi Cheng, China

4. Isla de las Muñecas, Mexico City, Mexico

Abandoned Places Abandoned Places Isla de las Munecas

5. The Ghost Town – Garnet (formerly Mitchell), Montana

6. Gulliver’s Travels Park, Kawaguchi, Japan

7. Hotel del Salto, San Antonio del Tequendama, Colombia

Abandoned Places Hotel del Salto, San Antonio del Tequendama
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  • Photo: Wikipedia

8. Michigan Central Station, Detroit, Michigan

michigan central station

9. Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

10. Land of Oz, Beech Mountain, North Carolina

Abandoned Places Land of Oz
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  • Photo Credit: Emerald Realty and Rentals

11. IM Cooling Tower, Charleroi, Belgium

12. Liu Family Mansion, Chiayi, Taiwan

13. Villa de Vecchi, Lake Como, Italy


14. Bayside-Acacia Cemetery, Queens, New York

15. Submerged Church of Curon, Curon, Italy

16. Kolmanskop, Namibia

Abandoned Places Kolmanskop
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17. Sanzhi District, New Taipei, Taiwan

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  • Photo Credit: Carrie Kellenberger

18. Oradour-sur-Glane, Limousin, France

19. Bachelor's Grove Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois

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  • Photo: Wikimedia Commons

20. Tennessee State Prison, Nashville, Tennessee

21. Six Flags, New Orleans, Louisiana

22. Pripyat, Ukraine

Abandoned Places Pripyat
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  • Photo: Sean Gallup / Getty Images

23. House of the Bulgarian Communist Party, Balkan Mountains, Bulgaria

24. Nara Dreamland, Nara, Japan

25. New Bedford Orpheum Theater, New Bedford, Massachusetts

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  • Photo: Wikipedia