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Hi from the far north of Germany. Unfortunately maybe the most uninteresting urbex-area in Europe. That's why i usually explore sites somewhere else.

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Welcoem along and im sure theres some nice stuff up there,ive only been around berlin briefly ,look forward to what you got mate

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Berlin and the whole east of germany is full of VEB's from former GDR, but north of Hamburg and Denmark there's almost nothing...

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Some times we have to travel hundreds of miles to seek out the jewels as those closer have been visited already .

Yes. There are regions, where people tear down buildings very fast. In Bavaria for example, people seem to hate ruins. Sweden also seems to have no abandoned buildings at all. It is all so nice and clean. Don't get me wrong - i really like sweden, but not for urban exploring...

Do you explore much navik ?

What sort of places do you like ?

I like industrial sites the most, especially power stations.

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