Check out the strangest places to live! This top 10 list of weird and mysterious houses has some of the most bizarre abandoned towns people actually live!
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10. Al HAJARAH, YEMEN
Located in the Arab country of Yemen, Al Hajarah is an ancient village that’s built high in the Haraz Mountains. Once upon a time, Al Hajarah was an important market town, relying upon a somewhat frequented trade route.
Nowadays, it is used as a sort of base camp for trekkers and is a producer of pepper, but it’s no longer an economic hub of any kind; although, it could be said that it’s worthy of being a bit of a tourist attraction.
9. UFO HOUSES, TAIWAN
The UFO houses of the San Zhi Resort in Taiwan were built in 1978. The houses had an odd, but economical pod-shaped design. They were originally intended to be used as a vacationing resort and were situated on the coast of their home country.
8. TASHIROJIMA, JAPAN
Tashirojima is a small island that sits in the Pacific Ocean, just off of the coast of Ishinomaki, Japan. The small landmass is inhabited, although the population of the residents that live there is quite small. You may not think this is that special, OR strange, but this island is run by CATS!!
7. LILY DALE, NEW YORK
Lily Dale is a very small hamlet that’s located in the town of Pomfret, New York, just off to the eastern side of Cassadaga Lake. Just an hour or so away from Buffalo, and halfway to the Pennsylvania border, Lily Dale is in a perfect position to be a tourist attraction.
6. TONLE SAP, CAMBODIA
Near Siem Reap in Cambodia there are floating villages of people who live on barges that are lashed together with ropes! Now a large tourist attraction, people actually live here. While it may be beautiful, life is tough. Most of the villagers live from fishing and it’s not easy living life on the water.
5. RAYNHAM HALL - NORFOLK
Raynham Hall is the historic home of the Townshend family and a place shrouded in legend and hauntings. It is arguably the most famously haunted place in the UK!
In the very early 1700s, the then Viscount of Townshend, a man named Charles Townshend married a woman named Dorothy.
4. KOWLOON, HONG KONG
The Kowloon Walled City was, once upon a time, an extremely densely populated, dangerous, and lawless suburb within the city of Kowloon.
The Kowloon Walled City was originally a fort of the Chinese Military, but over the years, locals and citizens started to move in!
3. THE WHALEY HOUSE, USA
The Whaley House was built in the mid-1850s in the Greek Revival style. It is currently a California Historical Museum and is maintained by a local Heritage Organization, but before that, it was someone’s home.
It is defined by many tragic events and has been called America’s Most Haunted House.
2. MANSHIYAT NASER, Egypt
Also known as Cairo’s Garbage City, Manshiyat Naser is a ward of Cairo, Egypt and a nightmare for anyone who’s used to having any kind of amenities and cleanliness. It is home to around 262,050 people as of 2006, however more recent, conservative estimates put the population at 60,000. (Although it’s hard to keep tabs).
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