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/trv/ 3848: Hi everybody. I have recently moved to Germany and int...

mauriolg Avatar
mauriolg:#3848

Hi everybody.
I have recently moved to Germany and interested in seeing it from "another point of view". In my home contry I use to do some kind of urban exploration. What are good places in Germany which can be interesting for me? Or where can I find this information? (Some abandoned buildings, artificial underground, roofs and so on

rangafangs Avatar
rangafangs:#3849

>abandoned buildings, artificial underground, roofs
2 russian 4 me

atariboy Avatar
atariboy:#3851

>>3849
As far as I know urban exploration is spread in Europe and America. What is going on in Russia it is hard to call so.

Bernd Avatar
Bernd:#3852

Old Olympic Subway Station Munich

oskamaya Avatar
oskamaya:#3854

>>3852
Thanks. I'll google for details.

And maybe there is any forum, or something like that, where such questions are discussed?

chrisvanderkooi Avatar
chrisvanderkooi:#3859

>>3854

if you want abandond buildings you won't be that lucky in Bavaria. Please stop saying you're in Germany if you are in Bavaria. It is disrespectful to my people.

There are some old abandoned Army bases in Hessia. Google it.

RussellBishop Avatar
RussellBishop:#3887

>>3848
Wheere is that screenshot from?

degandhi024 Avatar
degandhi024:#3892

I think you won't do too well in Bavaria, but there is heaps of stuff in the former East of Germany. Every village has some kind of abandonded factory yard pretty much. A nice starting point right now is Vogelsang near Berlin I'd say. it's an abandonded former Soviet army site/ghost town and easily accessible

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