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    Mining ghost towns in Abkhazia

    Polyana, Djantukha and Akarmara - former mining settlements in Abkhazia, located in the Aldzga river valley, 10-12 km east of Tkuarchal. After collapse of the Soviet Union and Abkhaz–Georgian conflict it was almost abandoned.
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    Military vehicle graveyard, Russia - 2018

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    Abandoned soviet space shuttles

    Baikonur cosmodrome.
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    Full-size engineering mock-up of "Energia" rocket.

    Baikonur cosmodrome. Kazakhstan.
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    Rebirth Island

    Vozrozhdeniya Island (Ostrov Vozrozhdeniya, which translates as Rebirth Island or Renaissance Island), was an island in the Aral Sea. The former island's territory is split between Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan. In 1954, the Soviet Union constructed a biological weapons test site called Aralsk-7...
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    Power plant and train station in Tkvarcheli. Abkhazia.

    Tkvarcheli is a town in the eastern part of Abkhazia. During the War in Abkhazia (1992-3), Tkvarcheli withstood an uneasy siege by the Georgian forces. The town's power plant was bombed in the first days of the siege and then shut down.
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    Ghost town Ugolny Ruchei and coal mines near Norilsk. Russia.

    The ruins of coal mines on the slopes of Mount Schmidt and the settlement "Ugolny Ruchei" ( "Coal creek" - from russian) near Norilsk were abandoned in 70's, when mining became unprofitable.
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    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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    Alykel ghost town

    Alykel - former military town near Norilsk, Russia.
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