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Cities that are not inhabited by the slaughter because of a natural disaster or the extinction of economic activity or the absence of security transformed cities into cities of Ghosts to you a group of these cities.

Bright: Ukraine Bright city located in northern Ukraine was home to Chernobyl nuclear workers for power generation. But in the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe, its 50,000 inhabitants were abandoned, robbed and looted by thieves.

Ordor sur Glen: France is the undisputed city of terror. The French army was occupied by Nazi German soldiers, and the city strongly resisted the occupation. But the German troops swept through the city and killed everyone in it, and the traces of the massacres still exist.

Gunkajima Island or Battleship Island: Japan’s Japanese Ganajima Island is one of 505 uninhabited islands in Nagasaki state in Japan and about 15 km from Nagasaki. In 1890 the company Mitsubishi Island and began its project to extract coal from the seabed. But the coal oil was replaced in Japan in 1960, the coal mines began to shut down. In 1974 Mitsubishi officially announced the closure of the mine, and today the city has become completely empty and travel to it is prohibited.

Kadikan: Russia when the Soviet Union fell, the situation of many small towns, including the city of Kadikan, deteriorated. Residents began to leave the city for various services such as health care, clean water, etc., and this lasted until the city became almost without population.

The Famagusta is a Cypriot city: Cyprus has become a ghost town since 1970 and is part of the Turkish-Greek conflict over Cyprus. The city was primarily a tourist where many hotels and tourist attractions were constructed. However, after it was controlled by the Turkish army, it became a restricted area, only to be entered by members of the Turkish army and the United Nations.









































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