Urban explorers have been sneaking onto these wild, forbidden islands just off the Helsinki mainland for years. Now, you too can go.
We take off at the abandoned Old Montreal Malting Factory and arrive at the disused Silo #5, because that’s just the kind of symmetry the Lachine Canal lends itself to.
Offering an escape from the hustle and bustle below, the former elevated railroad renovated into an aerial greenway is loved by Lower West Manhattan locals and tourists alike.
Fairytale-like even in its precarious state, Tbilisi’s old town bears the marks of 1 500 years of human history.
Far from a Stephen King-esque nightmare, this pet cemetery is cute, colorful and uplifting in a way human cemeteries understandably rarely are.
Cartoon characters, fantasy landscapes, psychedelia, scary monsters and pirate ships – the residents are allowed to paint the exteriors of their cube-like houses as they wish.