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Varosha was abandoned when the resort was invaded by Turkish troops, and today is fenced off and still occupied

The world's creepiest ghost towns that you can still visit

Abandoned towns of the world: Varosha, Cyprus A thriving tourist area prior to the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in the mid Varosha's inhabitants fled and never returned, leaving the high rise hotels to crumble and the beaches deserted.

Varosha is a ghost town in Famagusta, Cyprus. Once a thriving holiday resort, Varosha is now completely uninhabited and hasn't been touched since the 70's!

Varosha is a ghost town in Famagusta, Cyprus. Once a thriving holiday resort, Varosha is now completely uninhabited and hasn't been touched since the

High-rise hotels are crumbling and the land has been reclaimed by overgrown vegetation in Varosha, a suburb of Famagusta, Cyprus

Drone footage shows stunning view of Cyprus' ghost town

High-rise hotels are crumbling and the land has been reclaimed by overgrown vegetation in Varosha, a suburb of Famagusta, Cyprus

FAMAGUSTA  Cyprus, This was once a tourist destination and is supposedly going to be again...

10 Most Amazing Ghost Towns

Famagusta is a settlement in the unrecognised Republic of Northern Cyprus. Prior to the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, it was the modern tourist area of the city of Famagusta. For the last three decades, it has been left as a ghost town

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