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The Turkish fairytale city ended up as a ghost town
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2 years ago
Some cities are simply dying. People leave, the streets become quieter, and isolation creates a creepy form of a lonely ghost town. This beautiful city has not been abandoned, there is simply no one to live in it yet
As in a dark fairy tale, hundreds of abandoned identical villas line the hills of the "Burj Al Babas" complex in central Turkey, the construction of which was suspended after the investor declared bankruptcy.
The construction of a luxury settlement halfway between Istanbul and Ankara began in 2014, and an amazing video recorded by a drone shows that 732 mini castles were left unfinished in various phases.
The downturn in the Turkish economy has led Sarot Group to suspend further construction and declare bankruptcy due to a 27 $ m debt. The design of the villas is inspired by the appearance of French castles, with a square tower and a circular tower. All houses are identical, built on three levels on 30 square meters of land. The exterior is expected to remain uniform, while the interior can be adapted to the owner's style.
In addition to villas, the project envisages the construction of common rooms that would contain swimming pools, Turkish baths, aqua park, fitness center, whose services would be free for the residents of the luxury resort.
Depending on the location, the price of houses ranged from 370,000 to 530,000 dollars. Despite the suspension, Sarot Group Deputy CEO Mezher Yerdelen hopes construction will continue nonetheless.
The luxury resort has become a ghost town, and how it looks, see in the video.
Even today, at first glance, it looks like a place from a fairy tale, but its fate is now completely uncertain. Will this "ghost town" ever be inhabited by humans?