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Other Ghost town Akarmara. Abkhazia.

Akarmara - the former mining town in Abkhazia. After collapse of the Soviet Union and Abkhaz–Georgian conflict it was almost abandoned.

 

 

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Nice one :thumb

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Looks fantastic. I like the way nature regains the place.

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Enjoyed watching that, I never knew of this place.

It seems nature is definitely regaining control.

There was an interesting glimpse of an apartment I wonder did the people leave a lot of things behind...

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Very good video.  This place is amazing.  The music was the perfect match for the footage.  I got al little vertigo from your intro clip walking on the old rail tracks.  

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It's rare that a video keeps me interested right to the end but this is awesome, thanks for posting :thumb

 

Nice to have some pictures of the place too, would love a wander around here :)  

 

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Wow, amazing place, thanks for sharing :) 

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Fantastic spot! Ace pics and video.

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