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Hashima: a Ghost-Island

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There was a time when Hashima island, situated in the East China Sea in approximately 15 kilometers from Nagasaki-city, considered to be the most heavily populated location on the Earth – in 1959 within the coastline about a kilometer long its population made up 5259 people.  

They mainly were miners and workers of military plants built near the island’s mines. However, by 1974 all the natural resources exhausted and the island became abandoned. For a long time visits to Hashima were under a ban – in such a way Japanese government tried to secure it from treasure-hunters, as household items of dead city became haunting objects for rich collectors. Now visits are permitted, however tourists have access only to the specially prepared safe part of the island. 

ghost island

destroyed streets

thickets on the street

destroyed a hospital ward

abandoned houses

abandoned homes

destroyed streets

destroyed apartment

overgrown trees

destroyed buildings

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Comments: 1
#5 Jrich5 2015-04-28 23:44
Great pictures. I like pictures of ghost towns. And the history that surrounds them. Sometimes the truth is more erie than fiction. :uuu
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#4 Unnoticeable 2015-04-17 21:02
Quoting freaky!!!! bella:
*yawn* was this a history book or a scary story?

Was that sarcasm? 8)
None. This is just something to show pictures of... Which I find kind of..familiar. >_>
Comments: 4
#3 tomek1975 2015-02-22 15:58
:zzz :zzz :zzz :zzz :zzz l realy what to find frozen chaletta 8) :lol: :uuu
freaky!!!! bella
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#2 freaky!!!! bella 2014-08-06 07:38
*yawn* was this a history book or a scary story?
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#1 Lola 2014-07-05 21:26
Not scary at all :uuu

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