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Courbefy, Limousin. Abandoned French towns come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. The hamlet of Courbefy comprises of just several houses, a chapel, numerous holy wells, the ruins of a dungeon. Although Courbefy was once home to a fortified castle, this was destroyed in the 16th Century. Ruins of the 12th-century castle can still be seen today.Is Goussainville the most abandoned place in France?
Of all the abandoned places in France, Goussainville is the most unlikely. Barely 20km from the centre of Paris sits the once thriving village of Goussainville. The town was largely abandoned after Charles de Gaulle airport was built nearby.What are Paris's most accessible ruins?
Here are ten of the city’s most accessible and often overlooked ruins. Perhaps the most well-known “ruin” in Paris is the catacombs, a network of quarries that span around 200 miles under the city (in fact Parisians have been known to compare their city to a holey cheese there are so many tunnels dug out under the surface).How many abandoned places are there in Spain?
33 Abandoned Places in Spain - Atlas Obscura Discover 33 abandoned places in Spain. Atlas Obscura is your guide to the world's hidden wonders. THE GASTRO OBSCURA BOOKAn eye-opening journey through the history, culture, and places of the culinary world.