There are many abandoned places around the world, and every single one has its own special history. Some of them carry an atmosphere of fear; others inspire an intense feeling of awe.
Bright Side selected the 8 most deserted places that will fascinate you or just give you goose bumps.
8. Michigan Central Station, Detroit
At the time of its construction in 1913, it was the tallest rail station in the world. The station closed in 1988, but in late 1990 it opened to the public. Later that year,
the station was closed because of numerous acts of vandalism. Nowadays it remains closed and guarded by state security.
7. Pripyat, Ukraine
Pripyat is a ghost town in northern Ukraine. On April 27, 1986, after the Chernobyl disaster, the government ordered an immediate evacuation of the area. No one was allowed to carry away any personal possessions.
In order to avoid mass panic, people were promised they would be able to come back home as soon as possible. Today the city is considered relatively safe to visit, and some people take tours of the surroundings.