Waldo means lives near or in the woods. Our Waldo name originates to Bavaria area (Black forest of Germany) in the medieval age. There is a Castle Ruin named Waldau from the Medieval Era still here in this Black Forest. Old Mill, Black Forest, Germany
Creepy gothic church ruin in Norfolk, England “Local myth has it that the nun who lived here was a witch with a wooden leg. After she died and was buried in the church, this tree began to grow from her grave, having sprouted from the wooden leg!
The abandoned railway of Dinorwic, Wales.The Dinorwic Railway was an industrial railway connecting the slate quarry at Dinorwic in Caernarvonshire with the coastal port at Y Felinheli. It was closed in 1843
Photographer Voreas captured these striking images of an abandoned building completely consumed by snow and ice after climbing Mount Ossa (also known as Kissavos) in the Thessaly region of Greece. Forgotten and Frozen, echos
27 Eerie Abandoned Places From Around The World. The House In The Woods Is Terrifying: These photos give new meaning to the phrase "hauntingly beautiful." It's amazing how each location holds its own breathtaking charm.
Mini Castle In a Lake Sintra Portugal. Obviously, a castle does not have to be huge to have that "WOW" factor! I LOVE the way this place looks, and I wouldn't mind spending some time there. I might want a small boat, though.