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Hello everyone!

 

I'm Enrico, an amateur photographer and filmmaker which also like urbex.

 

Since I started with my hobbies I created a portfolio on my website where I would upload my best photos, being them urbex or not.

I also have a youtube channel where I upload videos of my explorations. They are in Italian but english subbed so I hope you'll still enjoy them!

 

I'll leave the links below, tell me if you like the photos/videos! :)

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