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Abandoned places are actually forbidden places either by nature or by law. These are the prohibited areas where you are not advised to go. This is done for the safety of human beings so that they may not get hurt or put themselves in trouble. These places usually have a story or a legend attached to them which makes them logically abandoned.

If you are a travel or vacation lover and want to invade each and every unique and strange places on earth, you might have wished to explore every corner of the world before you die, however, you cannot get access to some of the places that may look extremely attractive and beautiful to you.

abandoned places in the world

Some of them are listed below.

1. Poveglia


It is a small island few miles away from Venice in Italy. A small canal divides the island into two parts. Though it is very beautiful and appealing, no one goes there and it is counted as one of the scariest places on earth. It is believed to be haunted as few evidences were recorded that clearly supported the belief of its being haunted.

In roman times, this island was used to separate the plague victims of the entire Europe from the healthy ones. All the population this island had were the victims who died here. This was known as the Black Death and the island became haunted and is strictly prohibited. The island is famous all over the world for its terror and haunted stories.

2. Niihau Islands


Niihau islands are located in the USA and are part of the great Hawaiian Islands. In 1915, the island was bought by a super-rich Robinson family who made it their own private property and limited the outside access. They did this to preserve the rich culture of that small part of land as well as its wildlife, flora and fauna.

They only offer limited access to the tourists in the form of half day helicopter trips to the beach to see its beauty. There is no accommodation available and tourists are not at all allowed to meet the people who are residing there. The population there is about 200 people who live happily in their rich culture and are isolated from the rest of the world.

They don't have electricity, shopping malls, hospitals but they have their own small world. They have made that island their home by true means.

3. Area 51, Nevada USA


It is an extremely secret army testing base that is kept out of reach of outsiders as very confidential matters are dealt here. Troops and army personals always surround that place and security is ensured in a very efficient way. They have full rights to shoot anything that tries to come near that place.

In the past, UFOs were seen crashed there. It is a highly prohibited area and only the authorised persons can get access to that. This is to ensure the security of that place as it is a confidential and sensitive matter of the entire country.

4. Beelitz-Heilstätten


The neglected clinic complex with about 60 structures, developed in 1898, is situated in the village of Beelitz-Heilstätten. Somewhere in the year between 1899 and 1931, the structure acted as a center for lung ailments, largely hosting people with deadly conditions like tuberculosis.

During World War I, it became an emergency hospital that dealt with the earliest losses of modern weapons, such as automatic weapons and mustard gas. At this time as well, it nursed Adolf Hitler, a young German soldier who was blinded by the British after being exposed to a gas attack and injured his leg in the fight of the Somme.

Unexpectedly, these meetings and his effective therapy would leave room for the medical clinic to gradually become an emergency clinic, taking care of the injured Nazis amid World War II. Inhabited in 1946 by the Russians, it was utilized as a Soviet military emergency clinic for approximately 50 years up to the year 1996, immediately after the collapse of the Berlin wall.

The doctors nursed every individual from communist collectors to the disrespectful leader of the East German government, who was dispatched there after the 1990 expulsion.

5. Hotel Del Salto


The Hotel Del Salto in Tequendama Falls is a critical vacation destination for Colombian and international explorers alike. The property is 18 miles southwest of Bogotá and is effectively accessible by vehicle. It welcomes a horde of travelers who want to enjoy the scenery of the Tequendama Falls.

Located inversely to the waterfall and the edge of the abyss, it offered its visitors a surprising scene. As of July 1950, the structure was to be re-developed into an eighteen-story hotel. However, this development never started and Hotel Del Salto was functional until it turned out that the first building was too damaged to even operate due to the increasingly polluted Bogotá River.

Slowly, visitors lost their enthusiasm for the area and the inn closed in the early 1990s, and was deserted thereafter.

6. Sanzhi UFO houses


Sanzhi houses is a resort located in New Taipei, Taiwan. It is a resort that is widely known for its UFO-shaped houses and its scary stories. The Resort is famous for names such as Sanzhi Pod Houses, Sanzhi UFO Houses or Sanzhi Pod City. But later the houses were demolished due to the mysterious deaths that used to occur around the area.

The development of the UFO-shaped homes began in 1978 in the Sanzhi district and it was to act as an escape destination for the US army, which advanced to the Far East and the rich Taiwanese.

But after two years, the development of the homes stopped because of the strange and mysterious deaths that happened around the area. After the various confusing deaths and mishaps, the place legitimately became a restricted territory.

From then on, it turned out to be an underground vacation spot that captivated paranormal exercise and entertainment. The deaths comprised several workers who had fatal mishaps or committed suicide.

As per the reports, those people committed suicide had no sign of depression. Similarly, a few employees died in car accidents.
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