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Lovely photographs,is there a background story you could tell about your explore here?

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EPIC. Heard this is a right mission and a half so well done pulling it off!

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On 16.01.2018 at 1:42 AM, Dubbed Navigator said:

Anythning you can add to this @Ninurta, be great to know some background?

In short, i walked about 50 km one way across the steppe with backpack, handcart and 15 liters of water. 

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I've seen some images from there a while back - simply amazing! :eek:

I also heard it's hard to get there as it's still secured. Did you have any problems?

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Wow that my friend is the best urban exploration video I've seen yet.

Sound FX music cinematics absolute stonker man massive respect brother quality shots too I was compelled by the title and intrigued by the content.

It really was stunning m8.

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