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The 5km divot left by the neutron bomb that leveled the old city was not left a barren scar for long. Built in its void is what became the largest infrastructure project ever conducted by the collective human race. The foundation upon which the center of the new city was built, it contains major hydro, electric, and transit systems throughout. Environment Concept Art, Environment Design, Sci Fi Architecture, Infrastructure Architecture, Monumental Architecture, Minimalist Architecture, Chinese Architecture, Futuristic Art, Science Fiction Art

The 5km divot left by the neutron bomb that leveled the old city was not left a barren scar for long. Built in its void is what became the largest infrastructure project ever conducted by the collective human race. The foundation upon which the center of the new city was built, it contains major hydro, electric, and transit systems throughout.

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Alex Ruiz
Districts Of Panem, Portal Game, Portal 2, Aperture Science, A Silent Voice, It Goes On, Story Inspiration, Dystopian, Abandoned Places

Set in the fall of the 2002, the secret underground research facility, The Hive, has undergone a catastrophic event. Explore the facility, find out what happened and survive! Roleplay, Combat, Mystery, Adventure Sim, Resident Evil, Zombies, Biohazard Visit this location at The Hive - Roleplay & Combat Sim in Second Life

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Eren
Steadmoor Correctional Facility presented by Matthew Christopher Murray's Abandoned America Abandoned Prisons, Old Abandoned Buildings, Abandoned Property, Abandoned Mansions, Old Buildings, Abandoned Places, Abandoned Castles, Correctional Facility, San Francisco Bay

What does a photograph of an abandoned building actually say? It's something I find myself wondering about a lot. The simple answers have been written about quite a bit: the most obvious is that these places tell us about our past. They memorialize institutions that are lost in limbo, allowing us to confront, celebrate, and experience them even when they have been otherwise neglected and have fallen into disuse. But what of their opaque nature, the fact that an image by itself gives us…

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Abandoned America