Explore the history of abandoned spaces

Imagine a world where people could make a living by roaming around abandoned structures in a way that they could in a natural, untouched environment.

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It was so cool seeing the inside of the abandoned building! We definitely need to organize an Urban Exploration group. We’ll send you an invite soon.

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Every adventure begins somewhere and Urbex begins with the discovery of the urban exploration. Whether you’re just exploring new places on your city’s abandoned rooftops, getting caught exploring the forgotten of a warehouse, or camping in the undeveloped spaces of a wilderness area, we’re excited for you.

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You should also know that entering abandoned locations is against United States law. Staying at hotels is the safest option.

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Thank you for your interest in exploring abandoned and lost places around Europe.

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Your trip sounds like a blast! We’ll be waiting for your picture once you arrive to explore the abandoned palace.

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