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Varosha Rare Photos from Inside Cyprus Ghost City

Varosha Rare Photos from Inside Cyprus Ghost City

abandoned drive in movie theater

abandoned drive in movie theater

Abandoned

Abandoned

Dilapidated: The photographer documents some less than idyllic living quarters in Hong Kong, where charities have highlighted the plight of underprivileged residents trying to afford a home in a place where space is at a premium

Can you believe these are actually apartments? The stunning images of Hong Kong ‘living cubicles’ that look just like Borg cubes

Dilapidated: The photographer documents some less than idyllic living quarters in Hong Kong, where charities have highlighted the plight of underprivileged residents trying to afford a home in a place where space is at a premium

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop

Photographer Seph Lawless has shone a light on the forgotten theme park that was only pumped out a month after the deadly storm

Ten years after Katrina, the amusement park that remains empty

Photographer Seph Lawless has shone a light on the forgotten theme park that was only pumped out a month after the deadly storm

Bodie, California ~ Abandoned

Bodie, California ~ Abandoned

Varosha, abandoned tourist resort, Cyprus seen from the beach

Varosha: The abandoned tourist resort

Varosha, abandoned tourist resort, Cyprus seen from the beach

80s new york, lower east side I like this and I can't explain why

80s new york, lower east side I like this and I can't explain why

On the western coast of the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean sea, sits the Varosha Quarter. It was once regarded as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations during the early 1970s, surrounded by turquoise blue waters and white sandy beaches. In August of 1974, the Turkish military seized the predominantly Greek Varosha quarter of Famagusta and shut the resort area down.

On the western coast of the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean sea, sits the Varosha Quarter. It was once regarded as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations during the early 1970s, surrounded by turquoise blue waters and white sandy beaches. In August of 1974, the Turkish military seized the predominantly Greek Varosha quarter of Famagusta and shut the resort area down.

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