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The world is full of natural wonders that people often flock to snap photos of throughout the year. However, some of the world’s most beautiful yet haunting sights are actually manmade and are often a product of humans leaving nature to take its course. Express.co.uk has gathered a list of five of the world’s haunting yet incredible vehicle “boneyards”.

3. Teruel Airport, Spain

Based in Aragon, Spain, Teruel is a top spot for airlines who have excess capacity in their fleets.

The airport is used for aircraft maintenance and aircraft storage, and is not a graveyard as such.

The region’s dry climate means it’s perfect for storing aircraft in the long-term.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, around 100 grounded planes have been parked there.

5. Reliant Robin graveyard, Wales

The Reliant Robin was a popular three-wheeled car back in the 1970s.

The Reliant Robin became famous after it regularly featured on Only Fools and Horses.

This graveyard is a part of a privately owned by the Car Dai 50s museum in the Vale of Clwyd.

The museum is home to vintage vehicles, kitchen/living room items, pop music, toys and household items.