This house dates back to 1908 when it was built in Belgium. It definitely has the potential for grandeur with its spires on the roof, bay windows, and high ceilings.
Unfortunately, it has been abandoned and has been left to decay.
Sanzhi UFO Houses – San Zhi, Taiwan
In 2008 they decided to make the building weatherproof and fitted it with an outer layer of glass costing a huge $150 million.
However, the project was never completed as there wasn’t enough money, and a series of car accidents gave the area a negative connotation, and the project ground to a halt just two years later.
Ryugyong Hotel – Pyongyang, North Korea
The enormous Ryugyong Hotel was a project under the North Korean dictatorship, and with 105 floors it would be one of the tallest hotels in the world. However, the country was plagued by famine, and work on the hotel ground to a halt.
Much of the hotel remains unfinished to this day, despite having a polished look from outside.
The Manchester Convalescent Home
The Manchester Convalescent Home or Barnes Hospital was completed in 1875 and can be noted as an example of gothic revival architecture is a Grade II listed building.
The building was left to rot and fell into a state of neglect. It has been sold and resold from one developer to the next for as much as 12 million euros.
The Remains of the Pegasus
This area is named after the Pegasus plane which crashed in the area on 8 October 1970. The model of the aircraft was a C-121 Lockheed Constellation.
On this occasion, they had already passed the Point of Safe Return (PSR), and there was not enough fuel to get them home safely, so they decided to make an emergency landing in Antarctica.