There are 15 off the beaten path places tagged disasters:

Villa Epecuen - the place consumed by mother nature

If you want to see some South American apocalyptic scenery, Villa Epecuen is your destination. A thriving resort in the past, it was consumed by the salty waters of the nearby lake in 1985 and…

Mo'ynoq - the city of the dead ships

Mo'ynoq, a town in Uzbekistan, used to be a thriving port city. Now, Aral Sea, which the city stood on, has dried up due to the human thoughtlessness, and the place is considered one of the creepiest…
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Port Royal - the sunken pirate Babylon

Port Royal, Jamaica, was the pirate Babylon of the 17th century, supported by the British and governed by the infamous Henry Morgan. After the earthquake in 1692, the city sank to the bottom of the…

The Cactus Dome on Enewetak Atoll

After multiple nuclear tests performed by the US military on Marshall Islands, a massive Cactus Dome was built. The concrete dome covers up the crater with radioactive soil, brought there during the…
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The beautiful radioactive Bikini atoll

Bikini atoll looks amazing from above, but has a grim nuclear past - USA tested 23 bombs in the area, which caused death and disease of the islands' inhabitants, and also served as an inspiration for…

The unfortunate fate of the World Discoverer

The World Discoverer is an abandoned cruise ship near Solomon Islands, which was built in 1974 and met his fate in April 2000. Rescuing the ship was too costly because of the ongoing civil war on the…
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Nauru - the country that ate itself

Nauru used to be a very rich nation with the highest per capita income in the world, due to the phosphate deposits found in layers of guano the island is practically made of. By 2000, the phosphates…
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Huellas de Acahualinca - the museum of ancient footprints

Huellas de Acahualinca in Nicaragua is a museum of 6000 year old footprints imprinted in volcanic ash and mud by humans and animals - the oldest footprints ever found in Americas.

The mysterious virus-spreading Kitum Cave

Kitum cave was full of mysteries since the old days - first thought to be the place of the ancient Egyptian mining, then a place of mysterious animal disappearances, and now an evil virus spreader.
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