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The story of the destruction of this city by fire and brimstone from the heavens is told in Genesis Chapter 19, and in Ezekiel 16:49-50.
Late 16th-Century New World colony established by Englishman Sir Walter Raleigh, this city's denizens oddly vanished less than 10 years after they arrived.
The Greek philosopher Plato was the first man in recorded history to mention this legendary civilization which may have vanished sometime around 9600 B.C.
Ancient Roman Empire city which was obliterated by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 A.D.
An ancient Celtic civilization dating back to approximately 3200 B.C., its ruins were discovered in 1850 when a storm revealed remnants of its cottages.
The hub of an ancient empire, its destruction was foretold by the prophet Daniel in chapter five of his Old Testament book.
One of three ancient Indian sister cities dating back to the 7th century B.C., this city was taken over by the Greeks, the Kushans and the Huns before finally vanishing altogether.
Once one of medieval England's most-thriving port towns, this city was destroyed by a late 13th-Century storm.
Not much is known about this civilization, except that according to many historians, it was annexed between 400-500 A.D. by the Mayans, who abandoned it about two centuries later.
Once the seat of the Khmer Empire, this city was abandoned in the 16th Century because—according to some historians and anthropologists—it lost its water supply.
At one point in time a bustling mining town, this Southern Hemisphere city became a ghost town in the late 1960s.
Late 19th-Century Northern Hemisphere gold and lead boom town which in 2010 had an official population of 43.
Ancient civilization ultimately destoyed by invading Muslim Arabs in 698 A.D.
A vanished Polynesian civilization whose birth some historians date back to 300 A.D., it is home to some mysterious rock statues.
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