6.The Pontiac Silverdome in Michigan, that once hosted the Super Bowl, the NBA finals, a Pope visit, the World Cup, WrestleMania III, and a series of concerts by legendary performers like Elvis, the Rolling Stones, Metallica, and Elton John, was completely abandoned and torn down by 2014.
9.This cement mixer that was left abandoned in Oklahoma and repainted to look like a NASA space capsule.
10.In Changping District, China, Wonderland was originally proposed to be the largest amusement park in Asia. After the developers ran into a series of financial and logistical issues, construction stopped in 1998, and it was demolished in May 2013.
11.There's a ghost town in Arizona that goes by the name Nothing. At its height, Nothing had a population of four.
12.Varosha was a bustling tourist beach resort in Cyprus that's been a ghost town since 1974.
13.This hut in Antartica that's been around since 1902 and is in surprisingly OK condition.
14.Wintenoom was a mining town in Western Australia that was shut down by the government in 1966 due to growing health concerns over the town's main export — asbestos.