National Geographic

Photo by @edkashi This photo from 1998 features a shipbreaking yard in Balochistan, Pakistan, along 5 miles of the Gaddani Beach. Diverse quantities of ships, including supertankers, from all over the world dock in this ship graveyard awaiting dismantling. #Pakistan #independence #homeland #Muslim #travel #tbt #fromthearchives

Photo by @edkashi This photo from 1998 features a shipbreaking yard in Balochistan, Pakistan, along 5 miles of the Gaddani Beach. Diverse quantities of ships, including supertankers, from all over the world dock in this ship graveyard awaiting dismantling.  #Pakistan #independence #homeland #Muslim #travel #tbt #fromthearchives

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@evannicolini

Amazing colors on the sky🔥

@lordcole

That’s America in about 5 years.

@francescoc_54

The ships building materials might be reusable but the ships do not get to port spotless after carrying hazardous cargo.

@eberhardtster

Such a waste of resources. We should take those ships and use the metal for new homes for he homeless!!!

@vickii171651

Photo says a story that's the #natego

@faran.k2

@pradi.patwa Bhai.. relax..

@allexrazvan

Success is walking from failure to failure with no loss of enthusiasm.

@jabphoto_

So were they literally breaking the ship? 😂

@awais___khattak

@azkadurrani third largest in the world

@umairjangda

@kam_eye_am I’ve actually been there!

@rajpoot_janjua7

My beloved motherland Pakistan Zindabad 🇵🇰 💕

@muhammadyasirbaloch

Ul see this on your way while travelling from Karachi to hingol @paleyphoto

@sajaalba

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@sweet_jonez87

@natgeo Not everyone in Pakistan is a #muslim

@mcgowan4444

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