World’s Most Expensive Abandoned Structures

1. Ryugyong Hotel: We all know that hotel chains like Hilton have made fortunes from their never ending.

2. Land of Oz: There are fewer spots in the world more eerie than North Carolina’s abandoned theme park.

3. The Aquatics Stadium: When Rio de Janeiro won its bid for the 2016 Olympics.

4. San-Zhi Pod City: For over three decades, the San-Zhi Pod City in Taiwan, lay absolutely desolate and incomplete.

5. Buzludzha Monument: The Buzludzha Monument has a complex past. It sits atop the Buzludzha Peak in central Bulgaria.

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6. Coco Palms Resort: When the fabulously luxurious Coco Palms Resort in Hawaii opened its doors in 1953.

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7. Istana Woodneuk: Close to the Singapore Botanic Gardens in Singapore lies an extensive palace known as Istana.

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8. NRG Astrodome: At the time the NRG Astrodome was built back in 1962.

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9. Burj Al Babas: Back in 2014 developers were breaking ground on Burj Al Babas.

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10. Haludovo Palace Hotel: When the Haludovo Palace Hotel opened its doors back in 1972.

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11. Hudson State River Hospital: New York City might be known for huge, expensive structural attractions.

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12. Michigan Central Station: When the original Detroit train station was burned down in 1913.

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13. Cape Romano Dome House: The Cape Romano Dome House looks like an alien structure left to float out to sea.

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