You’ve probably heard of a ghost town, but a ghost outdoor cinema? While out exploring one day, Estonian photographer Kaupo Kikkas stumbled upon several rows of folding chairs in the middle of the Sinai Desert in Egypt. The spooky and mysterious discovery left him yearning to know more.

It turns out, at some point during the last 15 years, a quirky Frenchman decided it would be prudent to construct an open-air cinema in the desert’s sandy dunes, just off Dusti Road. As it happens, the cinema never officially debuted, although its recent fame has earned it a kickass nickname: "End of the World Cinema."

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[via psfk]