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The swings and Ferris wheel remain in an amusement park that was scheduled to open on May 1, 1986, for the Soviet May Day celebrations in Pripyat, Ukraine. It never opened. // Claudia Himmelreich / McClatchy

Ruined Chernobyl nuclear plant will remain a threat for 3,000 years

Ukrainian government to turn the ghost town of Chernobyl into enormous solar farm

10) The Thrill Is Gone   -  Overgrown old car junkyard...

Art Chatillon Car Graveyard from WWII in Belgium - cars were left by soldiers because they were too expensive to bring home. Looks like a post-apocalyptic highway. peace-for-our-time-all-things-wwii

Awesome Robo!: The Post Apocalyptic Worlds Of Tokyo Illusion

The illustrations of TokyoGenso (a. Tokyo Fantasy) depict a post-apocalyptic Tokyo devoid of people and overtaken by nature. // Yoyogi Station {the link says it is an illustration, but it's cool}

17 заброшенных мест со всего мира, от которых бегут мурашки... У каждого из них своя история.

Hashima Island was once rich in coal, with over 5000 miners living on the island. When petrol replaced coal as Japan's main source of fuel, the settlement was left abandoned. Now the once thriving town is creepily abandoned, with only shadows remaining.

Pripyat- abandoned city.Pripyat was founded on 4 February 1970 to house workers for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. It was officially proclaimed a city in 1979 but was abandoned in 1986 following the Chernobyl disaster. It was the ninth nuclear city (Russian: атомоград atomograd) in the Soviet Union at the time and its population was around 49,000 before the accident.

Pripyat was founded in 1970 to house workers for the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. It was officially proclaimed a city in 1979 but was abandoned in 1986

The World's 16 Most Beautiful Abandoned Cities

The World's 16 Most Beautiful Abandoned Cities

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Chernobyl nuclear accident forced people to hastily leave their homes. Today, nearly all the small wooden houses in within the Exclusion Zone are abandoned, and nature slowly takes over these remnants of civilization.

Photographer Arkadiusz Podniesinski has taken stunning and revealing pictures of the exclusion zone from the 2011 Fukushima Nuclear Disaster

Abandoned: Inside Fukushima's nuclear disaster exclusion zone, in pictures

Fukushima Exclusion Zone: And the spiders keep on spinning! Interior of an abandoned supermarket with products littering the floor (photo by Podniesinski.

Chernovil antes y después

A combination of images, taken in 1982 and on March 2011 (bottom), shows the before and after view of the abandoned city of Prypiat near the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.