Their preservation below the surface allows visitors a look back in time...
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These underground tunnels house the remains of over six million people.
Long before Columbus sailed the ocean blue, indigenous American cultures created jaw-dropping cityscapes.
A labyrinth of lost tunnels, once used as shelter, lay beneath Valletta's shining artifices.
Roman aqueducts, WWII shelters, art, and caches abound in the tunnels below the surface of Naples.
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The 13th-century village Fabbriche di Careggine has been underwater since 1946.
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From Iceland to Ethopia, these stunning structures are must-sees for theists and agnostics alike.
Journey into the past.
Then and now, Pripyat's eerie charms call out to visitors from around the world.
Decaying buildings, sand-swept streets, and a sense of suspended time make these towns well worth a visit.
In the sands of northern Chile are haunting reminders of the country's troubled history.
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Venture below the surface for our planet's most spectacular views.
Hidden in the lush coastal forests of Malaysia is a jungle cemetery with a haunting history.
Stroll the foggy streets Bethnal Green, a historic London neighborhood haunted by the wartime Bethnal Green Tube tragedy of 1943.
These weird, beautiful destinations will fascinate any world traveler.