There are 11 off the beaten path places tagged nature vs man:

Yungas road of death

The Yungas Road is an inseparable part of Bolivia’s life. It links two worlds separated by the mountains – La Paz and Coroico. Yungas Road of Death was the first road for vehicles to connect the…
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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…

Giant rusty space gun of Barbados

One of the fruits of US-Canadian High Altitude Research Project is a gigantic space gun, left to rust in the bush of Barbados since 1967. The goal of the project was to shoot objects into the upper…

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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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 Death Zone of Mount Everest

Everest has claimed the lives of nearly 200 people who lay on its slopes abandoned and marking the altitude for the ones who ruthlessly aim for the top.

Derweze crater - the Door to Hell

Derweze crater was set on fire as a result of an accident, and it keeps burning for over 4 decades, unleashing bursts of hellish flame onto the world.

Roopkund - the lake of skeletons

Roopkund in Uttarakhand is a lake with skeletons of 500-600 people around it and floating in it. Supposedly they were pilgrims from 850 A.D. The icy water preserved hair, nails and the pieces of…

Ta Prohm temple - the Nature vs. Man battle

Ta Prohm temple shows how the nature will win over man and conceal all man-made structures after mankind is gone.
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