Attractions

Hashima Island — ghost in the sea

Hashima Island

Hashima is a small island, 480 meter long and 150 meter wide, located about 20 kilometers from Nagasaki Port. Until 1974, the island served as a coal mine, and more than 5000 residents called it home, resulting in the highest population density in history recorded worldwide. Nowadays Hashima is abandoned.

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Twilight tourism

Twilight tourism

Unless you have been hiding out, away from sunlight, avoiding all human contact, you have probably heard of the Twilight series of vampire books. And movies too. You know that teens and moms who desire infernal love are going crazy over these books and the movie. You may also have a “Twilighter” in your own family, and she will definitely appreciate a special gift — trip to Forks, Washington.

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New York deaths tour

New York deaths tour

Being in the Big Apple you may get inside New York’s most unique tour vehicle and take an unforgetable journey to the sites where famous New Yorker’s have died and famous New York City deaths have taken place. Of course you should be that kind of a person who doesn’t scare black stories.

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The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened its doors on the 18th of June for millions of Joanne Rowling oeuvre’s fans. It’s situated at the Islands of Adventure theme park in Orlando, Florida. This “theme park within a theme park” features two main areas representing an amalgam of the Potter world: Hogwarts castle and the village of Hogsmeade.

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