BBC Reel explores incredible places that time forgot.
Rural depopulation has hit Spain hard. Now some of its abandoned villages are being marketed for sale.
How one of the oldest European civilisations was used for communist propaganda.
Lyudmila Honchar was four when she left her home in Pripyat, Ukraine, after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
How thriving Soviet communities were submerged on Stalin’s orders.
Around 200 people still live in and around this abandoned mining town in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness.
The abandoned Welsh mining town of Llanelly can be found in a surprising location - in the middle of Australia.
Take a look inside Wünsdorf, a complex near Berlin that housed tens of thousands of Soviet troops.
The African town of Chinguetti is home to a large collection of forgotten ancient books.
The American style town lost deep in the rainforest.
Georgia plans to spend millions turning an abandoned Soviet-era spa town into a tourist attraction.
The Maliwawa Figures offer a glimpse into life more than 6,000 years ago, scientists say.
A theme park that has been abandoned for years is being kept alive by enthusiast Hyun Jun-Su.
It’s a tourism model that relies on staying hidden.