Explore abandoned structures in Europe

A common urban exploration trend is exploring or looking into abandoned or forgotten buildings or structures.

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I heard that urban exploration means exploring something that is inside, well, an urban area. It’s said that urban exploration is the process of exploring man-made structures that are abandoned ruins or hidden components of the manmade environment. Such examples are tunnels, cellars, sewers, vaults, and basements.

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Yes, we enjoy abandoned spaces. Lately, we’ve noticed that people are also using the terms exploring and urban exploring.

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