"The Urbexeur code of ethics is to leave no trace of its passage"
Social media have enabled all urbexers around the world to be able to communicate and discuss their discoveries, and sometimes even to meet to explore places together. The groups of explorers are formed around the different motivations of each, some are focused on the historical aspect, the old and the abandoned. For others, it will be the “hidden” aspect of modern cities. Still others will be motivated by the artistic aspect, i.e. video and photography.
Today we talk more and more about the urbex thanks to the means of communication which are developing massively and to new technologies. Many websites have been created with the aim of presenting abandoned places by giving locations and photos. Thanks to Google Street View in particular and other search engines, a lot of grouping around the urbex is being prepared via forums and social networks.
The young people of the last generations who are passionate about urbex have also decided to take pictures and film themselves during their adventures to share them with their community on their Youtube channel, blog, and / or their social networks.
André Ramolho :
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