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‘Abandoned Beauties’: This Facebook Group Shares Fascinating Structures That Might Give You Chills (20 Pics)

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There are so many structures around us and every piece of architecture reflects something about its time and culture. Whether you are a traveler, urban-hiker, or just someone who loves to explore interesting pieces of architecture, you’ve come to the right place. Today we have collected some photos of mysterious, weird, and breathtaking places and things around the world.

The Facebook page ‘Abandoned Beauties’ shares fascinating images of deserted buildings and things. Check out some of their best posts in the gallery below.

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#1 Abandoned House In The Republic Of Karelia, Russia

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#2 Abandoned Library Somewhere In Italy

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#3 Md-160 “Lun” Class Soviet Ekranoplan

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#4 Abandoned Tree House Redmond Washington D.C

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#5 400 Yo Yew Tree In Muckross Abbey, Ireland

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#6 Polar Bears At An Abandoned Soviet Weather Station On Kolyuchin Island

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#7 Abandoned Castle In Germany

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#8 An Old Mansion Somewhere In Portugal

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#9 An Abandoned Victorian Home Has Been Dramatically Restored In Rarden, Ohio, USA

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“It was built in 1900 by Lafayette Taylor who made his fortune mining sandstone and milling lumber in the Rarden area. Rarden has a population of just 159 people. Top taken in 1973, bottom taken in 2013.”

#10 Dunalastair Castle, Scotland

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#11 Abandoned House In South Tyrol, Italy

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#12 An Abandoned Railway In Taiwan

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#13 In Russia: The Factory Is Located Next To A Marble Quarry, The Extraction Of Stone From Which Began As Early As 1768

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“Then the marble from the quarry was intended for the construction of St. Isaac’s Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Since then, the history of the factory, full of ups and downs, began. Having lost state orders, at various times the factory produced decorative stone chips, lime and gravel. The owners changed rapidly, for some time it was even rented by the Finns, and therefore marble from this quarry can be found in the facing of several Finnish buildings.⠀
In 1895, the first furnaces for burning marble and getting lime were equipped here. The stone was blown up and then crushed with sledgehammers into small pieces. The marble was lifted up on winches with trolleys and then pushed by hand to the stoves.⠀
In 1960, the factory began to specialize in the production of decorative crushed stone and lime. Crushed stone was used to decorate buildings throughout the Soviet Union, and lime was used by collective farms for liming soils.⠀
With the onset of the 90s, the kilns were extinguished forever, and in the early 2000s, on the site of the former quarry, which turned into a picturesque turquoise lake, the Gorny Park was created, which has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in northwestern Russia. Near the park, the same kilns have survived, the territory of which has now been cleared and gradually beautified, planning to create a full-fledged tourist facility and attach it to the park.”

#14 A Decaying Neo-Gothic Turret Hidden Among The Hills – Italy

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#15 Abandoned Library

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#16 Abandoned Castle De Leuhan, France

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#17 Abandoned Castle In Italy

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#18 1941 Packard 90 Eight-Door Open Top Tour Bus

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#19 A 14th Century Abandoned Castle In Scotland

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#20 Lennox Hospital, Glasgow

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Saumya Ratan

Saumya loves to explore beautiful, crazy, and wholesome stuff on the internet. She seeks to find something interesting in everything and strives to share her inspirations and explorations with people all over the world.

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