Despite the fact that deserted areas can appear cold and desolate at times, they are frequently anything but. When humans leave, nature takes over, transforming shipwrecks into waterlogged forests and old Italian flour mills into lush oases. Mother Nature‘s influence, in some ways, makes decaying antiques appear even more remarkable than they were before. Vacant buildings are eventually absorbed by the plants and, in some cases, the soil itself, leaving only a faint trace of our human presence. We discovered ten such abandoned places that have been reclaimed by nature and offer a glimpse into a world without human interference.
This is an encore of one of our previous lists, as presented by our YouTube host Simon Whistler. Read the full list!