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An Island In China Abandoned By People And Overtaken By Nature

Surprisingly or not, the nature has an habit to reclaim places devoid of people. And, to be hundred percent sure in this fact, we are going to show you a real example which shows how nature has over taken a place abandoned by place. It’s about a former fishing village on Shengshan Island, China, one of almost 400 small islands that make up the famous Shengasi Islands to the east China’s Zhejiang province. If you look the photos below, you will see a real proof of an apocalyptic scenario in which the humans don’t play any role yet. This small fishing village in only one of the 18   Shengasi Islands that are inhabitable anymore.

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Every winter this village attract over 100 000 fisherman, but as the years pass by, the number of people that come back in this village is smaller and smaller. Now, this place seems as a green jungle, with the houses and their windows covered by vines.  The vines cli9mb the old stone walls, waves through the windows and doors and transform the old houses that people used to live in before, in a part of the green r nature mother. If you see closely the images you will see that there is no more possibility to recognize where the old houses used to be. They are totally covered with green plants so that you can identify them anymore. Such places only serve to show that the nature has the power to overtake all that the man use to abandon.

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