Mother Nature Always Takes What’s Rightfully Hers

This is an old railway tunnel in Helensburgh. The best part is that you can find a small colony of glowworms in there.
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A diamond mine made in Kolmanskop in Namibia was abandoned in the 1950s. The desert took back what was left.
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What used to be a mill located in the center of the Italian town of Sorrento is now covered in old trees.
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This place in Croatia used to be a bar. Wanna have a drink?
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A mall turned itself into a beautiful aquarium. It looks better this way, don’t you think?
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An old fishing hut on a lake in Germany
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These trees reclaimed their power in Ta Prohm Temple Angkor, Cambodia.
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Sleeping Goddess “Mud Maid” at the Lost Gardens of Heligan, England
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An abandoned road turned into a natural gradient.
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Once upon a time, this was a grand palace in Poland, but now it looks more like a forest.
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Pripyat, a city of nearly 50,000 people in the Ukraine, was evacuated after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
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Garnet, Montana in the US has been a deserted town since the 1930s, but is still frequently visited for its natural beauty.
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This car in Taiwan, China is clearly claimed by grass.
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Last stop
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This abandoned mansion near Kilgarvan, Ireland is clear proof that nature never waits long to move in.
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Hotel Del Salto in San Antonio del Tequendama, Colombia sports a great view of this waterfall.
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A stained glass window in Belgium somehow became more beautiful after humans left.
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A fairy door in Calcata, Italy
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You can actually see a reflection in the water of this abandoned institution.
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 Credits: brightside.me

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