Some of the mos morbid tourism locations in the World

Jordan G. Teicher presented some touristic spots associated with catastrophes, negative historical events.

In China a group of tourists poses in front of the Xuankou middle school, destroyed by the Sichuan Wenchuan earthquake with over 200 persons killed there.
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Photo: Ambroise Tezenas

The ruins of Hannwang Zhen, also destroyed by the earthquake of Sichuan Wenchuan, where over 3000 persons died.
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One of the Rwandan genocide memorials, Ntarama.
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Bisesero, another memorial of the Rwandan genocide of the tutsis by the hutus.
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An abandoned amusement park near Chernobyl.
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The abandoned town of Pripyat, near Chernobyl, here the ruins of Polessye hotel, placed in center town.
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Auschwitz
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The place where JFK was shot in Dallas.
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Karostas Cietums military prison in Latvia, where dissidents and others stayed, also where some dark scientific experiences during the Soviet era. It’s the only former prison in the world serving as hotel nowadays.
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The martyr village of Oradour-sur-Glane, destroyed during WWII.
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A weaponry tribute to the Lebanese resistance to Israel.
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The fields of death in Cambodia, Choeunk Ek.
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Photo: Ambroise Tezenas