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I'm talking about urbex at CBC

C'est fou la ville

As part of the radio show C'est fou la ville animated by Jean-Philippe Pleau and Serge Bouchard broadcasted August 10, 2013, the reporter Benoit Poirier interviewed me about my passion for urbex.

Listen the interview on CBC website (french)

Beach & urbex: Abandoned resort in Caribbean

Abandoned resort in Caribbean
© 2013 leblogdestendances.fr - All rights reserved

It was to be a luxury hotel called the Dellis Cay hotel but it has been a victim of the financial crisis and was stopped dead. Its construction was started in 2008 but was quickly stopped because the developers lacked the money to complete the project. Result: a series of unfinished concrete buildings, all on a stunning white sand beach, on a secluded island only accessible by boat.

Read more on leblogdestendances.fr

A Heaven School for Statues

A Heaven School for Statues
© 2013 Tomboy Urbex.com - All rights reserved

Located in Okayama Prefecture in Japan, this school become a statue factury. Today, it's abandoned.

Read more on tomboy-urbex.com

Chernobyl after the apocalypse

Chernobyl after the apocalypse
© 2013 www.dailymail.co.uk - All rights reserved

Great photo session in Chernobyl by Hélène Veilleux on the MailOnline website.

Read more on dailymail.co.uk

Gutenberg house

Gewerbehaus Gutenberg
© 2013 gruftfoto.moonlightevent.com - All rights reserved

Nice HDR photos.

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The Cabinet of Dr. Anna

The Cabinet of Dr. Anna
© 2013 UrbanPixels.co.uk - All rights reserved

Great exploration in the former cabinet of Dr. Anna in Germany.

Read more on UrbanPixels.co.uk

Day of the Dead

UK Saint Mary's Church
© 2013 Day of the dead - All rights reserved

Great urban and rural exploration blog from UK. Exploration from all around Europe.

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Ben Schreck photography

Urbex Dining Room
© 2013 Ben Schreck - All rights reserved

German explorer with a pretty good eye for the urbex and rurex atmosphere.

Read more on Ben Schreck's website

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