If some catastrophic event happened that wiped out humanity tomorrow, not destroying any objects or places, which parts of our civilization would survive for 1000 years? What would the world look like?
- What parts are cities/bigger structures is it reasonable still would exists? How much of concrete buildings survive that long? Any metal structures? What level of overgrowth would be expected?
- Which types of areas of the world handle time better or worse than others on factors such as temperature, humidity, sun exposure, altitude, seismic activity or other factors?
- What would happen to modern technology, circuit boards, etc if kept in a safe environment. Would be recoverable or would they be completely decomposed? Could they be analyzed, could any type of harddrive be recoverable?
- Would any written information be recoverable, papers, books, etc?
- How would a completely sealed facility in optimal conditions be able to help items survive time? (Technology, long-term storage, books)
Edit: Duplicate suggestion gives good information, but rather looks at how long traces of our civilization can exist, not what the world would look like in approximately 1000 years and what would be recoverable.