10 Amazing Places Reclaimed by Nature

When nature reclaims what we humans have deserted, the results are nothing short of spectacular. Here are 10 abandoned places reclaimed by Mother Nature.

Kolmanskop, Namibia

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Image credits: Chris Gray

Angkor Wat, Cambodia

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Image credits: www.travel-pictures.1-my.com

 Floating Forest in Sydney, Australia

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Image credits: Bruce Hood

Abandoned Mill, Italy

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Image credits : Dale Tennyson

Abandoned Mall in Bangkok, Thailand

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Image credits: Medavia.co.uk

Abandoned Train Station, Abkhazia, Georgia

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Image credits: Ilya Varlamov

Underwater City in Shicheng, China

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Image credits: china.org.cn

 Salto Hotel, Colombia

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Image credits: astrophysicistkev

Tappen Notch Hill Church, BC, Canada

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Image credits: Kevin McElheran

Otley and Ilkley Joint Railway, England

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Image credit: www.en.wikipedia.org

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