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15 Tanques devorados por la naturaleza como si nunca hubiera habido guerra

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - Every Memorial Day the Fort Knox military base opens up their restricted areas for several hours to civilians to have access to the over one hundred cemeteries on the post.

Restos abandonados de un Nakajima Ki-49 Donry, un bombardero medio utilizado por la Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Imperial Japonés durante la segunda guerra mundial. La imagen está tomada en la provincia de Madang, en Papúa Nueva Guinea. | Wikipedia / Acred99

Restos abandonados de un Nakajima Ki-49 Donry, un bombardero medio utilizado por la Fuerza Aérea del Ejército Imperial Japonés durante la segunda guerra mundial. La imagen está tomada en la provincia de Madang, en Papúa Nueva Guinea. | Wikipedia / Acred99

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - A final front view of this M-60.  It is buried quite deeply in the dirt.

Every Memorial Day the Fort Knox military base opens up their restricted areas for several hours to civilians to have access to the over .

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - Bizarrely, some of the tanks there have had something of a restless death. Although there are little more than pieces remaining of some, others have been reassembled and cobbled together from different pieces, giving them the appropriately chilling nickname of Frankentanks. These tanks, with their mis-matched serial numbers and identifying marks, haven’t been spared the same fate as the others.

10 Mighty Tank Graveyards & Abandoned Battle Vehicles of the World

10 Mighty Tank Graveyards and Abandoned Battle Vehicles of the World

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - The dirt covering the tank has given way to weeds, a sort of natural camouflage.

Every Memorial Day the Fort Knox military base opens up their restricted areas for several hours to civilians to have access to the over .

Estes capacetes, provavelmente soviéticos, podem ter caído durante um tiroteio quando as árvores eram apenas mudas

Armas da Segunda Guerra Mundial são engolidas por árvores na Rússia

Russian Trees Swallow WWII Equipment To Produce Haunting Memorials To The Fallen

Tank graveyard - Fort Knox, Kentucky ///// One day war will end, and arms dealers will be out of business.

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - A view of the rear of the turret, the open hatch on the cupola being visible.  The thicker U-shaped piece of metal was a lifting hook, allowing for maintenance crews to lift the turret off the tank.

Tanks at Fort Knox, Kentucky - A view of the rear of the turret, the open hatch on the cupola being visible. The thicker U-shaped piece of metal was a lifting hook, allowing for maintenance crews to lift the turret off the tank.

18 tanks abandonnés que la nature paisible s’est appropriés

Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

The Secrets of Medieval Castles: Stairs are built in a clockwise fashion for a VERY good reason

Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

The Secrets of Medieval Castles: Stairs are built in a clockwise fashion for a VERY good reason

Recently in the UK there was a program on TV that had caused outrage in the academic world and beyond. Channel 5 had been accused of ‘disrespecting’ the wa

Otterburn Ranges, Northern England - The Otterburn Ranges sit in Northern England; about 23 percent of Northumberland National Park is owned by the military and used as training grounds. It’s remained a public area, most of the time, free of live firing and the final resting place of a number of tanks whose purpose is now training.

10 Mighty Tank Graveyards & Abandoned Battle Vehicles of the World

Echoes of war and conflict, tank graveyards and abandoned armoured battle vehicles linger across the world, from Kharkov and Kabul to Eritrea & beyond

Base de tanques abandonada na Rússia (Foto: BoredPanda)

Dez fotos de tanques de guerra que viraram parte da natureza

Abandoned Tanks Occupied by Nature and Time - Abandoned Places

30 Abandoned Tanks and Armoured Vehicles wreck of this T-34-85 tank silently overlooks a misty river valley in Afghanistan, near the tomb of Northern Alliance leader Ahmad Shah Massoud.  As this article points out, it’s not the only abandoned military vehicle guarding the grave

30 Abandoned Tanks and Armoured Vehicles

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