Most People Don’t Know About These Strange Ruins Hiding In Alaska

The Radovan Camp ruins lie in the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve in eastern Alaska. This historic homestead was the work of the ingenious copper prospector, Martin Radovan. Just a few years ago, the requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act lead researchers to determine that the Radovan Camp was a historically significant and a remarkably well preserved piece of Alaska’s history. Visit this magnificent corner of Alaska to see these strange ruins and imagine the simple life of long ago.

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