Ağdam (also, Agdam and Aghdam) was a town in the southwestern part of Azerbaijan and the capital of its Agdam Rayon. In July 1993, after heavy fighting, Agdam was captured by the forces of the Nagorno Karabakh Republic during its 1993 summer offensives. As the town fell its entire population fled eastwards. In the immediate aftermath of the fighting, the Armenian forces decided to destroy ...
Otzenrath is a city soon to be gone because of the Ganzweiler II brown coal mine on the other side if the highway A44. It all began 1999 and latest 2007 all residents has to be moved to Neu-Otzenrath or any other place.
The mining is moing westwards and on the map you can see what and when the next city is gone.
The old town in this beautiful city has been around for a long time and is home to one of the few matriarchal societies on this planet. The native music with a large music hall is outstanding and is known throughout China. Hotels are $5.00 a night and food is excellent and inexpensive. The natives are very very happy and friendly. Arrive by bus from Dali or by air via their new airport.
This file contains the strangest, weirdest, and most misleading city, town, and village names in the world. With 3,681 placemarks in over 150 nations, this file is guaranteed to bring laughs and a smile on your face. With place names such as: "Strangeways, England", "Stepaside, Wales", "Batman, Turkey", "Taxi, China", "Nuke, Kazakhstan", "Warm Baths, South Africa", "China, Chile", "Worlds End...
It's probably not haunted, but it sure is freaky! An old house in Cape Town, complete with turrets and the kind of round windows you expect to see a transparent face peering out of, it's always been both intriguing and just that little bit frightening.
This giant piano house was built in Huainan City, An Hui Province, China. This amazing building for music lovers acts as a performance and practicing place to music students from the local college in Huainan City, east China.
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Kolmanskop (Afrikaans for Coleman's hill, German: Kolmannskuppe) is a ghost town in the Namib desert in southern Namibia, a few kilometres inland from the port town of Lüderitz. It was a small mining village and is now a popular tourist destination run by the joint firm NamDeb (Namibia-De Beers).
It developed after the discovery of diamonds in the area in 1908, to provide shelter...