Museo Taller Ferrowhite

Top choice in Atlantic Coast

Ferrowhite is the kind of ghostly landmark you see from far away and no matter how eerie, you can't stop yourself from inching closer and closer. The castle-like power plant, built by Italians in the 1930s, sits beside massive grain elevators on the edge of the bay. There's a museum and cafe, but half the fun is strolling around the abandoned structure with its elegant architecture, shattered windows and purported paranormal activity.

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