The world is adorned with breathtaking works of architecture. From the Louvre to the Taj Mahal, there are endless sights to take in, and certainly not enough time to see them all. But what happens when a place becomes abandoned? These abandoned places can appear hauntingly beautiful or simply creepy. It’s up to you to decide…
Rakotzbrücke Devil’s Bridge
Rakotzbrücke Devil’s Bridge can be found in Gablenz, Germany. This beautiful bridge can be traced back to the 19th century. With the right lighting and weather, the bridge and its reflection seem to form a perfect circle, making it a popular spot for artists, photographers, and couples in search of romantic viewpoints.
Positioned on Castle Island, a small Island in Lough Key, Ireland, McDermott’s Castle was built in 1184 by the Mac Diarmada dynasty. The impressive fortress was unfortunately destroyed by a fire that started by lightening hitting the castle. The castle was then rebuilt in 1235 and was put up for auction in 2018 for around $100,000.