Abandoned Buildings of Detroit

Checking out abandoned and lost places around Europe is a fun activity and can lead to exploring some of the best urbex locations and the history surrounding them.

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Hi, we’re glad to hear you’re interested in urban exploration. The Wiki says, “Urban exploration entails exploration of urban, abandoned, or natural areas non-professionally and non-invasively, whether for leisure, education, work, information gathering, personal growth, or other purposes.”

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Thank you for your interest in exploring abandoned and off-limits urban locations. You can start your search from our Urbex or Infiltration page, which lists many destinations for you to pick from.

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UrbEx is a unique opportunity to explore abandoned buildings and learn about the history of New York City. If you want to learn more about the hobby, visit http://www.dsny.org/r/urbex or contact us at urbex@dsny.org .

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I love exploring abandoned places. I’ve read other people describe as Urban Exploration as as follows: Urban Exploration as a recreational activity that uses clandestine means to explore the hidden and abandoned environments of a city, or other locations that have been abandoned or where intended access is otherwise restricted, for the purposes of research and education, and to collect and exhibit artifacts.

We can’t wait to explore abandoned and lost places with you. Maisie and Grant will contact you in the next few days with more details. Have a great time exploring!

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We hope you enjoy your experience with Abandoned Places. Our team has been packing up our equipment to head back. We’re going to be out for a few days, but will let you know when we’re ready to start a new adventure.

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Thank you for joining Team 5R5. Excited to experience abandoned and derelict urban exploration locations with you? With more than 20 years of experience in the field of urban exploration, we know how to find the most unique and exciting locations in Europe and the UK. You can drop us a question in the Q&A section on the website, or hit reply to this email.

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Ha! You might be interested in a special offer on a new book on urban exploration called Abandoned Places: Stuff of Nightmares. It has been translated from Italian and from an original English from from Milan.

I’m sorry for the inconvenience, but the community on this site seems to be abandoned. Let me know if you ever want to come back to this group.

Thank you for signing up to explore abandoned places with our community. After reviewing your interests, we’ve prepared a cheat sheet with lots of ideas on where to explore in your area. Please find it below.

Thank you for your interest in our way of life. It was great meeting with you and we’re excited to explore the world together. We’re sorry for the delay in reply to your email. We will get in touch soon and look forward to exploring the history of the abandoned building with you.

Urban exploration is the exploration of buildings or structures that have been abandoned and forgotten. The hobby goes by many names such as UrbEx

Thank you for your interest in abandoned buildings, bunkers & underground locations. Please be patient as we develop the features of this page. We’ll be in touch with you soon.

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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