In March 2011 a huge earthquake and tsunami hit the region. This led to a nuclear power plant having a radiation leak meaning the entire population of the city needed to be evacuated from Fukushima.
This is an image of an abandoned supermarket which is just one of the thousands of buildings, whether homes or businesses that were evacuated as a result of this disaster.
Cars Left By US Soldiers In Belgium
In a small village in southern Belgium called Chatillion, there is a graveyard of old cars that once belonged to the US army. Their soldiers were given these cars while during World War II.
Unsurprisingly, once the soldiers returned back to America, they were not interested in shipping a car from Belgium, and they abandoned them in what looks like a car graveyard.
Christ Of The Abyss
This statue of Jesus Christ was designed to be submerged into the sea to represent Christ offering a benediction of peace as he casts his eyes towards the sky and into heaven.
The bronze statue was designed by Guido Galletti and placed in the Mediterranean Sea between Camogli and Portofino, which is near the spot where Dario Gonzatti, the first Italian scuba diver died.
Amazing Autumn in Germany
This is the Rakotzbrücke Devil's Bridge which is located in Gablenz, Germany. It was built in the 19th century and when the light hits the water in the right way it forms a perfect circle.
This is a favorite spot for photographers and artists. It would make for a romantic moment sailing down the river with this view.
Abandoned Railway Station in Spain
At the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees, within the village of Canfranc, lies an out-of-use railway station. The Canfranc International Railway Station operated between 1928 and 1970 and was once upon a time a hub for railway traffic between the Spanish and French borders. It was so big, it used to be referred to as the "Titanic of the Mountains."
After being shut down, it stood empty and neglected for over five decades. The good news? It's being renovated as we speak! Funding for the project was approved by the EU in 2020, and the wheels are in motion. Literally.