The Zarifopol Mansion Abandoned places 

Zarifopol Mansion

The Zarifopol Mansion was built in 1850 by a Moldavian nobleman named Stephen Catargiu. It is located in a small town, Filipesti, in the Bacau county in Moldova. Zarifopol was the last name of the second owner of the place who came from Greece known as George Zarifopol. This mansion was nicknamed “House of the Devil” by the inhabitants after one of its owners committed suicide by hanging himself when the mansion was used as a school. According to the legend, blinded by his thirst for money he was manipulated…

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Abandoned places 

Ross Island — Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India

Ross Island used to be headquarters for the British administration of a penal settlement. It is one of the islands in the chain of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The plans for a settlement were made from 1788 to 1789, but at that time due to the high mortality the idea was soon dismissed. In 1887, the British administration established a jail and a penal colony which brought the people back to the island. It was occupied by Japanese troops in March 1942 and then returned back to the British control…

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