The small village, which lies on one of the 400 Shengsi Islands, located to the east of China Zhejiang province, abandoned by people for decades, but increasingly attracts the attention of tourists every year. Once known for its fisheries left town people finding a more convenient way of earning on the mainland, he began to fade under the onslaught of the local vegetation, turning into the realm of greenery. The transformation of the city is especially impressive when you consider the fact that the inhabitants left it until the early ’90s, and empty houses and broken windows have completely merged with flourishing greenery.
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