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Revolving Torsion is a kinetic statue/fountain designed by the renowned Russian Sculpture Naum Gabo. The piece itself sits in the Gardens of St Thomas’ Hospital, on the Southbank of the River Thames.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Photographs of Chernobyl and the ghost town of Pripyat by Michael Day

Damaged boxing ring at the Soviet Palace of Culture - Chernobyl

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Claude McClain‎ to World History and Ghost Town Photography facebook 18 October · I am sure this old home once had meaning, laughter, children playing, dogs barking and many acres of chores to to be kept up with... Today it still stands in Penrose Colorado, with none of the above...simply abandoned and forgotten.

from BPDsanity

What does it mean to “try to avoid real or imagined abandonment”?

What does it mean to “try to avoid real or imagined abandonment”? | BPDsanity

Decaying old train in Nome, Alaska. Modern ruins, abandoned places photography - Page 3 - LotusTalk - The Lotus Cars Community

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from Urban Ghosts Media

Abandoned Mega-Machines: Jumbo Jets & More

Abandoned Mega-Machines: Jumbo Jets & More | Urban Ghosts |

abandoned bridge over the Mississippi River.

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Abandoned Checkpoints: Photographer documents Europe's forgotten borders | Creative Boom

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8 Ghost Towns & Abandoned Settlements of Antarctica

Grytviken, meaning "The Pot Cove" was the main settlement on the British territoy of South Georgia and is the best preserved Antarctica ghost town. It was established in 1904 and is the final resting place of Anglo-Irish explorer Ernest Shackleton.

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from Urban Ghosts Media

6 Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities of Europe

The ghost town of Pyramiden – meaning the pyramid – on the archipelago of Svalbard, Norway, was a coal mining community founded by Sweden in 1910 and sold to the Soviet Union in 1927. The chilly settlement once housed over 1,000 people, but was abandoned when its state-owned Russian controller, Arctikugol Trust, pulled out in 1998.

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