The village of Cavtat is a small fishing village located south of Dubrovnik. This abandoned mansion is next to the Iberostar Hotel Albatros.
The Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture was a subway line in Paris which circled the city. Much of it has been left abandoned since before World War II.
The Cincinnati Subway was designed to tackle the city’s chronic traffic congestion however the system was never completed and remains abandoned.
In 1943, the village of Imber was evacuated to make way for a training area for troops in World War II. The villagers never returned to their homes.
Almirante Brown Antarctic Base was an Argentine research centre located in Paradise Bay. In 1984, the base was burned to the ground and abandoned.
Times Beach near St Louis, Missouri was abandoned in 1983 following a deadly dioxin scandal caused the evacuation of the entire town.
The Pole Of Inaccessibility was a research station in Antarctica built by the Soviet Union for their Antarctic expeditions. It was first used in 1958 and has seen sporadic use since.
The ghost town of Pontotoc was established in 1878 however a fire in the theatre caused the entire town to be abandoned in 1947.
Ross Island was the administrative capital of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands however in 1941 it was rocked by an earthquake and abandoned with the capital moving to Port Blair.
Sea View Hospital was built between 1905 and 1938 as a tuberculosis hospital. It was closed in the 1970’s but some of the buildings have been re-purposed.