Abandoned Places are typically found in “ruins”

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The nature of urban exploration consists of searches of structures for personal or academic reasons. Sites are most dangerous when they pose a threat to life. Urban explorers are not trespassing when they enter abandoned or dangerous structures.

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Thanks for agreeing to explore an abandoned site with us. We have also helped in the past with building walls, vandalizing, breaking, or otherwise causing disturbances in these locations. You will not be hitting your head, kicking your legs, or any other open-kicking extremities. We’re in this for the experience, not the pain.

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