7 The Forgotten Piece Of The World

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At the time these buildings is the pride of the world because of the great and magnificent. Call it the grandeur Rubjerg Lighthouse built in Denmark in height in the 1900s. But what happens now. This lighthouse is now the only remaining sand sunset shoots tower.or a church in Mexico are standing in a sea of ​​lava. How that can be happen? There are still other buildings have a unique history, pathetic, but now all of a distant memory.


1. Lighthouse Sunset in the Ocean Sand

Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse in Jutland Denmark, began operation on December 27, 1900 (construction began in 1899). This lighthouse is located on a cliff top Lonstrup Klint, 60 meters above sea level. This lighthouse operated until 1908, at a gas plant, and on August 1, 1968, ceased operations. Today the lighthouse has become a giant sand dunes. And once the lighthouse is an icon which is located at an altitude of.Erosion over the years make it erodes buildings and in ruins. Yet it still looks glorious past.
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This Rubjerg Lighthouse in Jutland Knude 15 years ago.
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2. The "American Star"

One of the most remarkable on record shipwrecks, American SS stranded off the coast of the Canary Islands, after the storm broke towlines and dragging a tug boat near the coast of Morocco. After being stranded on the beach, in the American stomach split in two, and finally the stern sank.
There's an interesting note about the ship. After the ship was stranded, locals then stripped out. In fact it is said, a lot of furniture in homes made ​​from pieces of the giant ship every piece.
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3. The church that stands on lava ocean

On February 20, 1943, a volcano suddenly erupted in the state of Michoacan Mexico, and spent two villages with hot lava and ashes. And, 64 years after the massive eruption that, there is nothing left of the two villages were destroyed, in addition to a tower of the church of San Juan Parangaricutiro. This is the only marker that used to be in the region once the two villages. San Juan church towers stand tall in a sea of ​​lava. Church of San Juan to look horrible and haunted as if from nowhere anta country. Volcanic eruptions, and hot lava flowing into the surrounding area and cover ¾ of the city. Under the remaining remnants of lava that houses and buildings buried city, and its inhabitants.
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4. Construction Crane buried in Ice Sheet

In the mid-1960s, ITT built power transmission lines on Antarctica. Transmission towers stood 115 feet. As you can see in this photo, all except the tower as high as 40 feet are now buried in the ice, and the cranes used to build the tower was completely covered by ice Not only transmission towers being buried, but also its own Antarctic research station. Old Byrd Station has been closed and buried in a pile of ice 40-50 meters.
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5. Ryugyong Hotel in North Korea, Unique and Without Window

If Dr. Evil was a real person, he would need a real hideout, and that real hideout may very well is the Ryugyong Hotel in Pyongyang, North Korea. It is a huge building with 105 floors, but strangely, no one in the window there. Somehow the actual concept of this giant building that he did not give any window there.
This unique building has a height of 330 meters, shaped like a pyramid with 3000 rooms.The plan there are 7 restaurants, but construction was never completed.
newspaper estimated construction cost of this quaint hotel at that time was about $ 750 million - 2% of the GDP of North Korea. Estimated construction was halted in 1992 due to lack of funding, the problem of scarcity of electricity, and a famine in the land.
actual building itself is complete, but has no windows and other fixtures or fittings. Though hotel building is sastu of 18 hotels in the world. What a pity! The Ryugyong by North Korean officials had converted into a fortress. Then, most of the building was destroyed by a bomb.
Update: After 16 years, the Ryugyong Hotel has been rebuilt. Orascom Group of Egypt has recently started to repair the tower building. The company has put glass panels into the concrete shell and installed telecommunications antennas. South Korea estimates that the hotel renovation will cost about $ 2 billion, 10% of the GDP of North Korea.
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6. Fortress of the Red Army in the Middle of the Sea

Bentenga soldiers Thames Estuary built in 1942, designed by Guy Maunsell.
Their goal is to provide anti-aircraft in the area of the River Thames estuary.
Fortress of each group consisted of seven towers with a walkway connecting them all to the control tower pusat.Benteng, when viewed as a whole, comprising one Bofors tower, a control tower, four gun turrets and towers highlight.
They are arranged in a very specific way, with the control tower at the center, and the Bofors gun towers arranged in a semi-circular fashion around it and highlight the position of the tower further away, but still connected directly to the control tower via the road.
fortress was used during the Second World War, and there is no doubt that they have a very large contribution.
By 1959 most of the fort was dismantled, but leaves some such fortress, Red Sands and Shivering Sands, which still stands today. 60-70 years an empty fortress was used by the pirates but later abandoned.
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San Zhi Ghost 7.(City)

The area is called San Zhi. It is not known the name of the architect as construction was ordered by the government to some local companies. Initially, the buildings were designed for luxury tourist Taipei symbolizes a prosperous and rich. But now the situation is reversed.The buildings had to place tourism has turned into a strange and haunted. Many strange events rumored to happen there.
As a result, none of the travelers want to visit there, especially for a holiday, local newspapers said there were a lot of accidents during construction, and as news spread to the island's inhabitants, so they are afraid to come there. Locals say the area is now haunted by the spirits of the workers who died curious useless there. It makes those who had managed to survive, eventually fled the area. Eventually it became a tourist town empty.
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