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post by Urbex Central    |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 40 on 4/1/2013 2:32 AM >

New Zealand
http://urbexcentral.wordpress.com/


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post by kontour   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 41 on 6/20/2013 4:27 AM >

http://blackdamp.in

Mainly mine exploration in Australia


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post by Gael Force   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 42 on 8/15/2013 12:39 AM >

Posted by Guerrillaexplorer066


EIRE/IRELAND
Urban exploration.ie - http://www.urbanexploration.ie/



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post by Nuggs   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 43 on 9/30/2013 11:17 PM >

Australia

http://www.uega.net


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post by telefontubbie   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 44 on 10/27/2013 4:08 PM >

LATVIA:
These days there aren't much active websites and forums (and so does explorers..) But those who remains active , are very experienced and can tell about places which aren't described on websites. And there are lots of great locations, of course. And yeah, i am from Latvia, so you can ask everything

http://www.post-apo.lv
http://wwww.bradajumi.lv (these days useful mostly gallery: http://www.bradajumi.lv/gallery/
http://www.grauzti.lv
http://www.diggfiles.lv
http://www.diggers.lv


ESTONIA

Estonia is located near Latvia and it's even smaller than Latvia. It's a pity i don't know much information about Estonian urban exploring forums. There's one = forum, called
http://forum.diggers.pri.ee/
and another one http://www.urbex.ee/
but there's one breath-taking Estonian photographer forum, kind - of UE related:
http://www.karelkravik.com/

LITHUANIA

At the moment, i guess Lithuanians has the most active explorers between Baltic countries. Also, they have great locations.
Some really great forums which i highly recommend:
http://www.pamirsta.lt
http://www.niekonaujo.lt

POLAND
http://www.forgotten.pl Lots of places but the most important thing is that every member can make something like a "status update" for a place, very useful details.

PS
Guerrillaexplorer066 , thank you very much for creating this thread. Now i know more about Finland and Poland.

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post by Sevtai   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 45 on 6/10/2014 10:56 PM >

Posted by PositivePressure
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


http://www.haikyo.org maybe? Definitely worth checking. The ghost-towns are a personal favorite.


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post by -Rio-   |  | 
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<Reply # 46 on 10/5/2016 1:38 AM >

GERMANY, mostly Berlin area with a few exceptions.

http://www.abandonedberlin.com




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post by MrsRoger   |  | 
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<Reply # 47 on 11/29/2016 1:12 AM >

The Ireland Link doesn't work anymore. I'll be going there next summer, any ideas how to get in contact with folks out there?


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post by senzuri   |  | 
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<Reply # 48 on 11/22/2017 9:13 PM >

JAPAN
https://haikyo.info/

Pretty amazing site for abandoned buildings all over Japan. Definitely helps if you can read Japanese but you can probably figure it out even if you don't.


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post by WhiteRabbit2932   |  | 
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<Reply # 49 on 11/27/2017 7:15 PM >

Hello!

Moe14 gave a pretty good overview on what it is to explore in a not developed and fairly recent country. But Brazil still have a few things to offer.

This is Mundo Urbex (Urbex World) - http://www.mundourbex.com.br/
Basically the only Brazilian site I found that uses the expressions Urbex.

Also found this: http://www.saopaul...g/casa-abandonada/ It's Called Old São Paulo and has a part dedicated to abandoned houses in São Paulo.


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post by WhiteRabbit2932   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 50 on 11/27/2017 7:23 PM >

Posted by Moe14
I know some guys in South America, and for the most part there's not a lot of websites. Sao Paulo is the biggest scene I know of, but there's stuff in other Brazilian Cities, Santiago, Buenos Aires, and also Columbia (I haven't been to Columbia yet though).



Hey! Really liked your post! I sent two more links from Brazil




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post by Zen_Compass   |  | 
Re: Native explore websites outside USA/Canada
<Reply # 51 on 7/22/2019 11:36 AM >

longdistancerunner.org A site that mostly covers Korean Urban Exploration, but has included explorations in Japan and Hong Kong.


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