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The Carrie Furnaces in Rankin, Pittsburgh, PA. were built in 1881 as part of U.S. Steel's Homestead Works,.

Carrie Blast Furnaces, Pittsburgh PA - an abandoned steel company

Iceland

Photo via: Sarah Marino Photography Gorgeous shot of the Godafoss Waterfall in Bárðardalur, Iceland by nature and landscape photographer .

Valle Verzasca, Switzerland. Photo by: @chrisburkard

narrow lake in Valle Verzasca, Switzerland

Haifoss Wasserfall, Island

Haifoss, Iceland, AKA 'super-crazy-no-way-it's-that-gorgeous-in-person-land'. Haifoss Waterfall, Iceland photo via holly

Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Hydrospeed dans un glacier! Je DOIS le faire! Enfin on rediscute quand même de la température de l'eau;) http://www.version-oxygene.com

There are two major dangers when sliding head first through glacial runoff. But despite the risks, the of hydrospeeding has emerged as a glacial summertime hobby.

Hydrospeed dans un glacier! Je DOIS le faire! Enfin on rediscute quand même de la température de l'eau;) http://www.version-oxygene.com

There are two major dangers when sliding head first through glacial runoff. But despite the risks, the of hydrospeeding has emerged as a glacial summertime hobby.

Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy

The Peacock Room – Castello di Sammezzano in Reggello, Tuscany, Italy. Within an abandoned castle in Tuscany, you can find the Peacock Room, a hidden jewel which features intricate Moorish designs and a breathtaking assortment of patterns and colors.

Yowza, fancy a swim in an underwater river? Yup, this nifty little phenomenon exists in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula called Cenote Agnelita. It’s a natural formation where hydrogen sulphate mixes with s

Underwater River in Mexico (Cenote Angelita) Place to do some scuba

Underwater park in Austria. This is amazing! Really want to go Scuba diving again after seeing this.

Underwater park in Austria - Grüner See (Green Lake) near the town of Tragöß, Austria. During winter, the lake is meters deep, but fills to a depth of 12 meters when spring introduces snowmelt.