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post by marvin108   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 20 on 10/19/2010 8:46 PM >

Does anyone now one website from Portugal?

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post by Steed   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 21 on 10/19/2010 9:01 PM >

Posted by bukowski_jr
Singapore

http://sgforums.com/forums/1339 (bit lame and includes paranormal bits?!?)


Oh lord, you cannot imagine how retarded Singaporean UE infighting gets. I've heard sides accuse the others of not believing in ghosts enough.


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post by PositivePressure   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 22 on 10/19/2010 9:13 PM >

Wow, nobody has listed Opacity yet?

http://www.opacity.us/

There used to be an amazing Japanese UE site that I checked often years and years ago, but I can't recollect what it was called right now


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post by dsankt   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 23 on 10/20/2010 6:00 AM >

Posted by PositivePressure
Wow, nobody has listed Opacity yet?

http://www.opacity.us/

There used to be an amazing Japanese UE site that I checked often years and years ago, but I can't recollect what it was called right now


No, because it's a US site (despite a fair amount of OS content).


Great thread


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post by PositivePressure   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 24 on 10/20/2010 6:17 PM >

A crap, my bad. Geography fail!


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post by Gutter Monkey   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 25 on 10/24/2010 9:58 AM >

AUSTRALIA

http://www.fadingvictoria.com/



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post by Loki   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 26 on 10/27/2010 2:47 AM >

Posted by Gutter Monkey
AUSTRALIA

http://www.fadingvictoria.com/



www.caveclan.org


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post by Defender   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 27 on 11/17/2010 6:48 AM >

Belgium

English spoken forum :

http://www.foantje.com/forum/index.php

New members need to introduce themselves first.


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post by ensimismada   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 28 on 12/12/2010 10:42 AM >

South Africa, specifically Johannesburg

http://deathofjohannesburg.blogspot.com/

This blog documenting the "Death of Johannesburg" hasn't been updated for 2 years but there are quite a few photo albums and I expect some of the information is still useful.


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post by Fyrestarter   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 29 on 1/6/2011 6:17 PM >

Netherlands

http://www.martintb.nl/


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post by Dragon   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 30 on 2/17/2011 5:36 PM >

Posted by Guerrillaexplorer066
Singapore

http://sgforums.com/forums/1339 (bit lame and includes paranormal bits?!?)

I was looking for info on the rather amazing Marina Bay Sands Hotel, a base jumpers paradise i'd imagine.

http://jasonruggle...y-sands-render.jpg





That forum was the birthplace of our group, that was many years ago. I guess we have evolved, everybody got older. We stopped using the forum a few years back, we do pop by once in a while last year. As for the 'cesspool stool stirrings by a certain individual' Steed mentioned, we got over it one way or another, not gonna discuss that here now.

Marina Bay Sands was only opened recently, i doubt they would have plans to allow base jumpers there. Last year they did have a climbing challenge. Oh do visit and have a soak in the 'Inifity Pool' if you happen to be there. And take some high 'roof' shots of the surroundings.

http://www.marinab...ina_Bay_Sands.aspx


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post by navik   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 31 on 3/31/2011 4:42 PM >

RUSSIA:
http://www.abandoned.ru/

FINLAND:
http://www.aikamatka.net
http://www.koiruoho.com/trestalkers/

GERMANY:
http://www.leerstehende-baudenkmale.de/
http://www.lipinski.de/
http://www.navik.de/
http://www.dubtown.de/
http://www.christian-bruenig.de/Foto/
http://gruftfoto.moonlightevent.com/
http://marodes.de/
http://www.rottenplaces.de/
http://www.ruinenland.de/
http://www.sperrzone.net/
http://www.hfinster.de/
http://telefunker.wordpress.com/
http://www.urban-aix.de/index2.htm
http://www.kaputtewelt.com/
http://spreeufer.com/
http://www.verloreneorte.de/
http://www.vergessene-orte.com/

GREAT BRITAIN:
http://www.derelicte.co.uk/
http://www.cix.co.uk/~petermarshall/
http://www.subbrit.org.uk/
http://www.urbansickness.co.uk/

ICELAND:
http://www.islandia.is/~nokkvi/page1.htm

SWEDEN:
http://www.jornmar...ault.aspx?lang=eng

FRANCE:
http://www.exxplore.fr/
http://www.forbidden-places.net/

BELGIUM:
http://www.neqo.be/
http://www.urbanexplorationfront.com/

NETHERLANDS:
http://www.xs4all.nl/~kazil/
http://www.urban-travel.org/

SPAIN:
http://www.fogonaz.../09/abandonos.html

SINGAPORE:
http://www.explorers.asia/


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post by herpyderpy   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 32 on 4/8/2011 12:04 AM >

Austria:
http://www.graustufe.at


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post by gitana   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 33 on 5/12/2011 1:53 AM >

Great links, and some I didn't know of, ty.

Now if we could just drill into people's heads that white text on dark backgrounds is not good for extended reading... *sigh* First no-no of web design, and used all too often in UE sites.


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post by Tupsumato   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 34 on 5/12/2011 4:38 AM >

Posted by gitana
Now if we could just drill into people's heads that white text on dark backgrounds is not good for extended reading... *sigh* First no-no of web design, and used all too often in UE sites.

Most UE websites are built around photographs, so it's not a big issue.




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post by navik   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 35 on 5/14/2011 12:19 PM >

Posted by gitana
Now if we could just drill into people's heads that white text on dark backgrounds is not good for extended reading... *sigh* First no-no of web design, and used all too often in UE sites.


Light coloured backgrounds (not white) seem to be best for extended reading while dark is better for pictures, especially lowlightened ones such as UE-photos.


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post by Flip_Tec   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 36 on 1/29/2012 6:25 PM >

Russia:
urban3p.ru (almost have english version).
Urban3p in russia sounds like urban trip )


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post by Strielok   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 37 on 2/26/2012 11:49 AM >

Poland
http://www.breslaudrainers.blogspot.com-sewers and drains in Wroclaw
http://www.penetra...rteam.blogspot.com-all kinds of objects but most sewers in Poland capital-Warsaw
http://lodzkiekanaly.blogspot.com-sewers in Lodz(Boat-really! We have city with so strange name!)


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post by Guerrillaexplorer066   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 38 on 9/17/2012 11:18 AM >

A good recent forum find, not much there, but what is, is different.

NETHERLANDS
urbexnederland


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post by moapy   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 39 on 12/10/2012 1:57 PM >

Australia

http://notquitehereorthere.wordpress.com


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