A peek inside an abandoned Japanse haunted sex motel

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Awesome pictures of an old Navy Ship

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Warships in France by Photographer Bob Thissen

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An abandoned casino in Romania

Michel from Eindhoven in the Netherlands is an Urban Exploring en he practiced this hobby for quite a few years. With a friend he visited the dream Urban Exploring location from this friend last may, an abandoned casino in Romania. A very cool and awesome experience according to Michel. The location is unknown, but it is on a more than 2 hours drive from Bucharest. The casino is located near the Black Sea and you must have permission to visit this location. More pictures from Michel can be seen on his Flickr page.

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Urban Exploring pictures from Provost Kenneth

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Inside the Costa Concordia

We've posted plenty of photos about the Costa Concordia and the disaster that befell her, her crew and her passengers.
In January 2012 the cruise ship, the Costa Concordia, sank of the coast of Italy after her captain steered her too close to shore. His actions caused the deaths of 32 crew and passengers.
In 2014 the Costa was finally refloated and towed away.
German photographer Jonathan Danko Kielkowski managed to sneak aboard and took these amazing photos from the inside of the Costa Concordia.

Credits: Jonathan Danko Kielkowski

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Hangar filled with old train locomotives discovered in Bolivia

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Abandoned Sanatorium Salve Mater in Belgium by Photographer Mooi Paars

Dutch Photographer Mooi Paars visited the abandoned Sanatorium Salve Mater in Belgium and shot these Urban Exploring pictures. Some background about the Mooi Paars: "I gained a degree in Photography and Graphics from the College of Art in Rotterdam. I focused on the photography and always try to include ethics and a "social conscience" in my work. It helps keep my mind fresh and always look for new approaches to a subject. I hope you enjoy my work.".

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Abandoned Traffic Theme Park In Assen

The Verkeerspark, Traffic Theme Park, in Assen is situated next to the Assen race track on which the famous Assen TT is raced. It was a must visit attraction to hundreds of thousands of school going Dutchmen and women. It has been for sale since 2014 and if a prospective buyers views this drone video it will be a long time before it is sold.

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The Colors of Decay by Maestro Photography

We've featured Bas van der Poel and his work before and he contacted us last week with the message that he had a new set of awesome Urban Exploration photos called Colors of Decay.
We are only too happy to post these too.

Credit: Maestro Photography | Facebook

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Atomic Ruin

This was a very unique location to shoot and something most people don't get to experience. The location is a incomplete nuclear power station in Western Washington...Satsop. The power plant is also second largest municipal bond default in U.S. history. Walking around in the cooling towers was like being inside of an alien structure. Also the acoustics in the cooling towers was also very unique. The equipment I used was a Kessler Second Shooter along with a new slider system I was testing out in the location. The rig was prefect for getting in and out of some of these locations. I used 2 Nikon D810 DSLRs to capture this.

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Amazing Urban Exploration Photos by David de Rueda

David de Rueda was born in Poitiers in 1987. This Franco-German photographer and urban explorer is from a family of artists. He learned photography on his own and created Urbex.Fr website in 2007.
End of 2013, his work was exposed at La Samaritaine for a contest organized by LVMH. In 2014 he released his first movie, Urban Escape. He also collaborated on the direction of music videos for Kery James, MaƮtre Gims and other artists.
In 2015 he was featured on TotallyCoolPix, the pinnacle in his illustrious career so far. We simply love his work. The energy that flows from those photos is unreal.

Please follow David on Facebook or Twitter or visit his website for more totally cool pix. You won't be sorry.

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Diehard Detroit time-lapse and tilt shift video

Ove the years we've posted several photo galleries depicting the crumbling state Detroit finds itself in.
This time-lapse and tilt-shift video shows us nothing much has changed and that Detroit is still an UrbEx wet dream.

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Hundred Year Old Abandoned Japanese Clinic by Chris Luckhardt

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Amazing view of Amsterdam from Shell-toren

The Toren Overhoeks in Amsterdam was build for Shell in 1966 and therefor better known as the Shell-toren. At this moment the tower is under construction and will be opened with a nightclub and restaurant. The Dutch Photographer Renzo Gerritsen and Tiuri Gilbert went to this place on Christmas Eve 2014 to do some Urban Exploring. They had some trouble to get in, but once arrived on the 17th floor they managed to shoot some amazing pictures. Also they made some incredible picture from a crane. Their article (in Dutch) and all amazing pictures can be seen here. Thanks to Renzo Gerritsen.

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Undercity

This video is 4 years old, but still awesome to watch. It features Andrew Wonder on an exploration through some of the darker nooks and crannies of New York City. The side you'd never normally get to see whilst on a city break as a tourist. Credit: Andrew Wonder (Twitter)

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Urban Explorations with Eike Ramba

We don't now a whole lot about Eike Ramba, except that he is from Germany, currently residing in Berlin and loves urban exploration. Thew image you see below were taking by him at a steamer graveyard just south of Brandenburg. For the full set click here. For all his other work, mostly UrbEx, you should check out his website. Via Flickr

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Urban Exploring in a abandoned Prison

These Urban Explorers went to an abandoned Prison in France. The Prison is abandoned since 2011 and it's huge. They walked around 5 hours and didn't even see everything.

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