Arizona is home to hundreds of abandoned places, many dating back centuries before this land was settled by the Spanish, Mexicans, and Americans. Some places have only hints of the people who once lived there while others appear as though they had just been abandoned. Since many of these places are literally falling apart, enter at your own risk and obey private property laws. You can virtually check them out through photos on the accompanying links or video searches. You may recognize the first two location some of the others may surprise you!
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Utqiagvik is one of the northernmost public communities in the world and is the northernmost city in the United States. Nearby Point Barrow is the country's northernmost point. Utqiagvik's population was 4, at the census and 4, at the census. The name Barrow was derived from Point Barrow , and was originally a general designation, because non-native Alaskan residents found it easier to pronounce than the Inupiat name. A post office established in helped the name "Barrow" to become dominant.
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Quartzsite, Arizona is usually a tumbleweed town of nearly 4, people, though at certain times of the year, its population swells to nearly a million, making it larger than cities like Baltimore and Tucson. Full of rock-hounds, jewelers and crystal lovers from all over, the population of lonely Quartzsite increases exponentially during the show. Most are old, pioneer-day mining towns that went bust, leaving empty and weathered assay offices, saloons and brothels standing like sentinels of a bygone era.