THE PIXEL CLUB

We are specialists in Urban Exploration. The founder, Attila Deák started doing Urbex tours 35 years ago and fell in love with this extreme hobby during the years. This site is supposed to be a total collection of all the tours we’ve made, and documented with photos. We have traveled also more than 40 countries on 4 continents in our self-organized back-packer tours, so you can find here some photos of these as well.

Attila Deák

Urbexer & Founder

Attila is a 3D artist, architect, photographer, and world traveler.

Equipment:

  • Sony Alpha 7 III case
  • Sony FE 12-24mm F4 G wide lens
  • Sony FE 24-105mm F4 G OSS lens

Levente Erdész

Urbexer

Levi is a professional photographer, who is keen on every abandoned place in the world.

Bernadett Deák

VLogger

Berni is a back-packer vlogger, making cool videos of cheap trips all over the world, as The Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, and China.

Equipment:

  • YI 4K +

THE URBEX CLUB

We are specialists in Urban Exploration. The founder, Attila Deák started doing Urbex tours 35 years ago and fell in love with this extreme hobby during the years. This site is supposed to be a total collection of all the tours we’ve made, and documented with photos. We have traveled also more than 40 countries on 4 continents in our self-organized back-packer tours, so you can find here some photos of these as well.

An article about the Urbex Club and Attila Deák

from Brick Visual’s featured artist series
brickvisual.com/the-post-apocalyptic-spectacle-of-attila-deak/

Next in line to be featured within the Art of Brick series is Attila Deák, who is the Workgroup Leader of the Animation team at Brick. As a qualified architect and production manager, he has participated in creating about 100+ animations, game trailers, ads, and feature movies. When he is not involved in creating visuals in motion and managing his team, he explores the world as a particular type of traveler – an urban explorer. This article shows the world through his lens, uncovering stories beneath the decay.

The Urbex Club 

Urban explorers or urbexers are a group of ruin enthusiasts who venture into secluded and empty buildings to experience and photograph the melancholic beauty of the abandoned. Attila, who has been intrigued by deserted constructions since the age of 9, is the founder of The Urbex Club, an online platform dedicated to urbex travels. The site documents the highlights of the silent worlds he has been to over the past 20 years –  warehouses, villas, hospitality, and cultural venues among others, scattered across 40 countries.

‘In a way, this is an extreme hobby because most of the properties I visit are difficult to find and access. Once I’m there, I follow a set of unwritten rules – the ethos of the urbex community is that you don’t share the whereabouts of the site with anyone, as that would attract vandals or thieves who would strip the building of its values. You don’t move or take any objects either, or arrange the scene for a photo – you are only a spectator who captures what is there to see.’

A staircase of a Ghost Hotel in the mountains of Bali, Indonesia

The process

Attila does extensive research before embarking on an expedition. He spends long hours examining urbex forums, Facebook, Instagram feeds, Google satellite maps, and books to find leads for interesting locations. These are only bits of information, so he has to be observant of the background, surrounding environment, and clues that give away at least the country of the site. After he connects the dots and identifies the place, he adds it to his private urbex map on Google (below). Whenever he travels the world, he uses this as his guide and makes stops along the way.

Is the ruin still there? Is the area protected? He tries to find out from forums but at times he just has to see for himself. Other times, he asks whether he can enter a building but he hits the wall, literally and figuratively – he is denied access without any reason. If he is lucky, he gets in, sets up his camera, and starts taking thousands of photos that represent the most characteristic views of the place.

The city of Pripyat has spent decades returning to nature

He edits his photo selection, writes the blog entry for The Urbex Club in which he summarizes his findings, and rates the project on a 4-star scale, which indicates how much the place can offer an urbexer. Interesting to note that during the editing process, he enhances the color settings of the images with his own filters to create a cross-balanced color grading composition that would attract more attention.

The color scheme of the original photos are rather nondescript – I go a bit overboard when editing them to create a more exceptional image. This way when I post these works to the blog and social media, I get more engagement (likes, comments, shares) and visibility. The more people I reach the better because the stories that accompany the images are incomplete – I need the online community’s input to get more details about the history of the place.

This is perhaps the most interesting part of the project – to construct the narrative collectively. What was the building used for? Who owned it? Why did it become deserted? Often people who are closely linked to the site chime in with personal stories or observations.

An abandoned coal mine in Hungary

Inota Thermal Power Plant, Hungary

A professional acquaintance notified Attila that the power plant of Inota (cover image) would be demolished, a place he had had on his Hungarian urbex bucket list for years. There was no time to spare – he rushed to the site as soon as he could to capture the essence of the ruin. Not only is this location interesting for urbexers but also for cinephiles – some scenes of Blade Runner 2049 had been filmed here. His composition evokes a frame from the film but by adding a slight tilt and greenish hues, he created his own, more futuristic take on the sight.

A popular destination for urbexers in a German holiday village

Arzt Villa, Germany

The Arzt villa was a promising lead to explore from the onset. Attila had found hints of the location on Facebook among the comments, but he had to wait 2-3 years to be able to pinpoint exactly where to find the mansion. Once the property of a doctor, the building consists of many intriguing spaces and objects, like surgery with test tubes and various medical equipment, and a library replete with books (above). The most interesting piece is the grand piano (below) which is worth a couple of thousand Euros, still in good condition. Owing to the spooky charm and relatively intact fixtures of the villa, the place became known as the ‘museum of German urbexers’ – they have even placed a visitors’ book there to record the evidence of their visit. Sadly, fame has taken its toll on the mansion – several objects such as formaldehyde bottles with animal remains have been stolen from the surgery.

It is feared that this magnificent villa will be more and more exposed to thieves and vandals

Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, Ukraine

The desire to be outside the regular limits and walk where others do not dare perhaps becomes most evident through the Chernobyl journey. Attila and his group specifically asked their local guides to take them on a route that is private, dangerous, and least traveled. The regularly organized Chernobyl trips include 3-4 sites at best, but Attila and his team managed to visit 15 different places in Pripyat. What captivated him the most was a standby storage facility behind the primary school. Sealed wooden boxes containing brand new gas masks are scattered here, all but one untouched. The vandalism caused that one box to reveal its content – pairs of sightless eyes and snaking tubes, the legacy of a political system and major catastrophe.

One has to adhere to a long list of regulations when visiting the disaster-stricken area 

Future prospects

According to Attila, despite the fact that many sites become available to visit, the list containing abandoned places to be explored never runs out, on the contrary – it rapidly grows. His greatest desire is to involve more active members – amateur or professional photographers, vloggers – in The Urbex Club, to build a strong community who are passionate about this extreme hobby, and to continue preserving the memory of forgotten buildings.

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URBEX PHOTOGRAPHY

URBEX

PHOTOGRAPHY

The Urbex Club

The Urbex Club is a nonprofit club of several talented photographers from Hungary and Germany. We are still open to growing. The goal and purpose of The Urbex Club are to involve amateur or professional photographers, vloggers who have an interest in abandoned places, ruins, forgotten places. We’ll try to keep the quality of the blog post as high as possible.

Our Urbex Rules /// Useful Advices:

  • Never steal any objects from the site
  • Newer ruin anything (don’t break windows, glasses, doors)
  • Newer ruin locks. If it is locked, find another place/hole to climb inside.
  • Don’t move things from their original place for a good photo, or if you do, bring them back to the original place
  • If someone spotted you, don’t hide, talk with them honestly about your true goal here – which is just Urbex Photography, keeping the memory of this site forever. If it goes wrong, try to convince/bribe them with money/alcohol/send photos if possible. If it’s still going bad, leave the site, and ask for information on how to get in legally next time.

Urbex stuff list /// What to bring

  • medical pack (adhesive plaster, Sprinkling vulnerary powder, you can easily get injured, cut)
  • closed shoes (with tick sole, a sharp angle can transpierce anytime)
  • helmet (if you are going to factories)
  • long trousers
  • flashlight/headlight
  • written permission (if you can contact the owner before)
  • spare batteries for your camera
  • small stand
  • lens cover (when you are climbing to dirty places)
  • UV filter for protecting your lenses

Urbex Difficulty Levels

EASY

  • Open for public
  • Easy to reach the entrance / or there is no entrance
  • No dangerous spots

MEDIUM

  • Not open for public
  • There are dangerous parts – holes, no fences on staircases

HARD

  • Hard to get in without permission
  • It might be guarded by security or dogs / you have to hide or be invisible as much as possible
  • You have to climb fences to get in / or swim
  • You might need to clear the area of plants to be able to reach the entrance point
  • There are dangerous areas inside, holes, climbs, chemicals, etc.
  • Danger of collapse
  • Rooms without any lights

CLOSED

  • Impossible to get in without permission
  • It’s locked, entering only possible as breaking in
  • Security is obviously presented/visible at the location

Urbex Ranks

✪ Abandoned, but not so interesting, no graffiti

✪ “Clean” abandoned places, or ruins which are allowed to be visited by government

✪ Most interesting abandoned places

✪ Best Urbex sites, with lots of interesting objects, or rooms/buildings to discover, amazing graffitis, etc

Our Urbex Tours so far:

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1422020IndonesiaBali, Bukit Peninsula - Plaza✪✪✪Warehouseeasy1 buildingYES
1412020IndonesiaBali, Bukit Peninsula - Abandoned Airplane in Quarry✪✪✪Airplanemedium1 airplaneYES
1402020IndonesiaBali, Bukit Peninsula - Abandoned Airplane 1Airplanemedium2-3 airplanesYES
1392020IndonesiaBali, Bukit Peninsula - Villa✪✪Villaeasy1 buildingYES
1382020IndonesiaNusa Penida - Village HouseHouseeasy1 buildingYES
1372020IndonesiaNusa Lembongan - HotelHoteleasy1 buildingYES
1362020IndonesiaGili T - ResortsHoteleasy2-3 buildingsYES
1352019IndonesiaBedugul Taman Rekreasi Hotel Restoran / Hotel Pondok Indah✪✪✪✪Hotelhard4-9 buildingsYES
1342019PolandVilla in Zakopane✪✪Villaeasy1 buildingYES
1332019HungarySt. George's Mountain Hermitage and Monastery✪✪Villaeasy4-9 buildingsYES
1322019HungaryLabor camp in BadacsonyMilitary Facilitymedium4-9 buildingsYES
1312019HungarySoyvet Watchtower in Veszprém✪✪Military Facilityeasy1 buildingYES
1302019HungaryShooting Range and Barracks of Piliscsaba✪✪Shooting Rangeeasy10+ buildingsYES
1292019HungaryChurch Ruins of Zsámbék✪✪Churcheasy2-3 buildingsYES
1282019HungaryBicske Mausoleum and Astronomical ObservatoryVillaeasy2-3 buildingsYES
1272019HungaryBarracks of BicskeBarrackeasy4-9 buildingsPARTLY RENOVATED
1262019UkrainAbandoned Buildings of KiyvBuildingclosed10+ buildingsPARTLY RENOVATED
1252019UkrainIce Stadium Kiyv✪✪Sports Facilitymedium1 buildingYES
1242019UkrainDriving School of Duga✪✪✪Military Facilityeasy2-3 buildingsYES
1232019UkrainComputer Center of Duga✪✪✪Military Facilityeasy1 buildingYES
1222019UkrainCorridor in Duga✪✪Military Facilityeasy1 buildingYES
1212019UkrainRadar of Duga✪✪Military Facilityeasy2-3 buildingsYES
1202019UkrainChernobyl Nuclear Power Station 5th Block✪✪✪Factoryhard2-3 buildingsYES
1192019Ukrain16 Storey Residential Building in Pripyat✪✪✪Buildingeasy4-9 buildingsYES
1182019UkrainKindergarten no? of Pripyat✪✪✪Kindergartenhard2-3 buildingsYES
1172019UkrainShooting Range of Pripyat✪✪✪Shooting Rangehard1 buildingYES
1162019UkrainGlasshouse in Pripyat✪✪✪Farmmedium1 buildingYES
1152019UkrainSchool no5 in Pripyat✪✪✪Schooleasy2-3 buildingsYES
1142019UkrainStadium of Pripyat✪✪Sports Facilityeasy1 buildingYES
1132019UkrainAmusement Park of Pripyat✪✪✪✪Amusement Parkeasy4-9 buildingsYES
1122019UkrainBulilding with Astronaut Painting✪✪✪Buildingeasy1 buildingYES
1112019UkrainABC of Pripyat✪✪Shopeasy1 buildingYES
1102019UkrainEnergetik Culture Center Pripyat✪✪✪Buildingmedium2-3 buildingsYES
1092019UkrainHotel Pripyat✪✪✪Hotelhard1 buildingYES
1082019UkrainCinema of Pripyat✪✪✪Cinemaeasy1 buildingYES
1072019UkrainCafé of Pripyat✪✪✪Restauranteasy1 buildingYES
1062019UkrainHospital of Pripyat✪✪Hospitalhard1 buildingYES
1052019UkrainMorgue Pripyat✪✪Morgueeasy1 buildingYES
1042019UkrainGarage Row in Pripyat✪✪Garageeasy2-3 buildingsYES
1032019UkrainGym of Pripyat✪✪✪Sports Facilitymedium1 buildingYES
1022019UkrainKindergarten of Kopachi✪✪✪Kindergarteneasy1 buildingYES
1012019UkrainTheme Park in DunaújvárosAmusement Parkeasy4-9 buildingsYES
1002019HungaryAbandoned Hotel - SzentendreHotelmedium2-3 buildingsYES
992019HungarySandmine - Kecskemét, Soviet Barracks II✪✪Barrackeasy50+ buildingsPARTLY RENOVATED
982019HungaryRudolf and Elisabeth Soviet Barracks -Kecskemét✪✪Barrackmedium10+ buildingsYES
972019HungarySzentkirályszabadja Soviet Barracks✪✪✪Barrackeasy50+ buildingsYES
962019HungaryKégl Castle✪✪✪Castlemedium2-3 buildingsYES
952019HungarySimay-Holzer Castle - KisfaludCastleeasy1 buildingYES
942019HungarySandmine - Kecskemét, Soviet Barracks I, Cinema✪✪Barrackeasy50+ buildingsPARTLY RENOVATED
932019HungaryShip Factory and Hunyadi János Barrack✪✪Barrackhard10+ buildingsYES
922019HungaryPaper Factory - BudafokFactoryhard1 buildingYES
912019HungaryRailway Buildings - RákosWarehouseeasy2-3 buildingsYES
902019HungaryGanz Ship- and Crane Factory II✪✪✪Factoryeasy4-9 buildingsYES
892019HungaryGoldberger FactoryFactoryhard4-9 buildingsYES
882019IrelandGlendalough MonasterCemeteryeasy2-3 buildingsYES
872019IrelandDucketts Grove HouseCastleeasy1 buildingYES
862019IrelandCashel CastlesCastleeasy2-3 buildingsYES
852019IrelandArdTully Castle✪✪✪Castleeasy1 buildingYES
842019IrelandBenbulbin HouseHousemedium1 buildingYES
832019IrelandDunluce CastleCastleeasy1 buildingYES
822019IrelandMussenden StorageVillahard4-9 buildingsYES
812019IrelandMussenden Castle✪✪Castleeasy1 buildingYES
802019IrelandNarrow Water KeepFortclosed1 buildingYES
792019IrelandMonasterboiceCemeteryeasy2-3 buildingsYES
782018HungaryGanz Ship- and Crane Factory II✪✪✪Factoryeasy4-9 buildingsYES
772018HungaryTungsram Beach✪✪Beachhard4-9 buildingsYES
762018HungaryPork Processing FactoryFarmclosed1 buildingYES
752018HungaryBig Warehouse in Ferencváros✪✪✪Warehousemedium2-3 buildingsYES
742018HungarySió Csárda RestaurantRestauranthard1 buildingYES
732018HungaryMotocross Grandstand✪✪✪Sports Facilityeasy1 buildingYES
722018HungaryHotel Sirály in FonyódHoteleasy1 buildingYES
712018The PhilippinesThe Immaculate Heart Of Mary Prayer Center - Matinloc Island - El NidoChurchmedium2-3 buildingsYES
702018The PhilippinesRuins of La Intendencia in Manila✪✪Buildinghard1 buildingYES
692017KazakhstanFactory Ruins of AlmatyFactoryhard2-3 buildingsYES
682017GermanyArtz Villa - Bad Vindungen✪✪✪✪Villamedium1 buildingYES
672017HungaryTrain Cemetery of Istvántelep✪✪✪✪Cemeteryhard50+ trainsPARTLY RENOVATED
662017SlovakiaHotel Sirály in Slovakia✪✪✪Hoteleasy2-3 buildingsYES
652016HungaryChateau in CsillaghegyVillaeasy1 buildingYES
642016Bosnia-HerzegovinaRuins of Mostar✪✪✪Citymedium10+ buildingsYES
632016Bosnia-HerzegovinaAbandoned Villages in BosniaBuildingeasy10+ buildingsYES
622016MontenegroHotel FjordHotelhard1 buildingDEMOLISHED
612016MontenegroFort Mamula✪✪Forthard1 buildingYES
602016MontenegroCastle of KotorForteasy4-9 buildingsYES
592016MontenegroHotel Ruins in Kotor BayHotelmedium1 buildingYES
582016MontenegroFort Goradza✪✪✪Forteasy1 buildingYES
572016MontenegroViewpoint in BudvaBuildingeasy1 buildingUNKNOWN
562015HungaryApátvarasd HázHousemedium1 buildingYES
552016HungaryHotel in Visegrad✪✪✪✪Hotelmedium2-3 buildingsYES
542016SerbiaRouge Factory Szabadka✪✪✪✪Factoryeasy4-9 buildingsUNKNOWN
532016HungaryArtillery Barracks in Hajmáskér✪✪✪Barrackeasy4-9 buildingsYES
522016HungaryAgricultural WarehouseWarehouseeasy2-3 buildingsYES
512016HungaryLittle MoscowBarrackclosed10+ buildingsYES
502016HungaryCastle and Warehouse in FenékpusztaCastlemedium4-9 buildingsYES
492016HungaryBalatonyberény - Hotel BeachHotelclosed4-9 buildingsYES
482015HungaryWine Cellar SzekszárdCellarhard1 buildingRENOVATED
472015ThailandBangkok - Saturn Tower✪✪✪Buildingclosed1 buildingYES
462015ThailandSoi Si Ayutthaya - Abandoned Skyscraper - BangkokHotelhard1 buildingYES
452015ThailandChiang Mai - Wat Chedi LuangTempleeasy1 templeYES
442015HungaryMine of Kis Somlyó MountainMineeasy2-3 buildingsYES
432014CambodiaPreat Ko Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
422014CambodiaLolie Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
412014CambodiaBeng Mealea Temple✪✪✪Templemedium1 templeYES
402014CambodiaBakong Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
392014CambodiaKbal Spean Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
382014CambodiaBanteay Samre Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
372014CambodiaBanteay Kdei Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
362014CambodiaNorth Kleang Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
352014CambodiaElephant Terrace✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
342014CambodiaAngkor Thom✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
332014HungaryVilla in Visegrad✪✪Villaeasy2-3 buildingsYES
322014HungaryFactory in Visegrad✪✪Factoryhard1 buildingYES
312014HungaryHotel in Visegrad✪✪✪✪Hotelmedium2-3 buildingsYES
302014ItalySan Galgano✪✪Churcheasy1 templeYES
292013HungaryNagymaros FactoryFactoryclosed1 buildingYES
282013HungaryEgér TanyaFarmmedium1 buildingYES
272013CambodiaPre Rup Pyramid Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
262013CambodiaEastern Mebon Pyramid Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
252013CambodiaBanteay Srei Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
242013CambodiaEast Barray Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
232013CambodiaTa Som Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
222013CambodiaJayatataka Temple and Lake✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
212013CambodiaPreah Khan Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
202013CambodiaPhnom Bakheng Pyramid Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
192013CambodiaAngkor Wat✪✪Templeeasy2-5 templesYES
182013CambodiaTomb Raider Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
172013CambodiaTa Keo Pyramid Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
162013CambodiaThommanon Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
152013CambodiaThau Say Tevoda Temples✪✪Templeeasy2-5 templesYES
142013CambodiaKhleangok Temples✪✪Templeeasy2-5 templesYES
132013CambodiaTerrace of Leper King✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
122013CambodiaPrasat Preah Palilay Temple✪✪Templeeasy2-5 templesYES
112013CambodiaPhimeanakas Temple✪✪Templeeasy2-5 templesYES
102013CambodiaBaphuon Temple✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
92013CambodiaAngkor Thom✪✪Templeeasy1 templeYES
82012ThailandTemples of AyutthayaTempleeasy10+ templesYES
72012MontenegroFort Goradza I.✪✪✪Forteasy1 buildingYES
62012MontenegroKotor Villa I.✪✪✪Hoteleasy1 buildingYES
52012MontenegroKotor Lighttower✪✪Lighttowereasy1 buildingRENOVATED
42012Bosnia-HerzegovinaRuins of MostarCityeasy10+ buildingsYES
32009USACar cemetery✪✪✪Cemeteryeasy10-20 carsYES
22009USACopper Mine✪✪✪Mineeasy2-3 buildingsYES
12009USACar cemeteryCemeteryeasy20+ carsYES

TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

TRAVEL

PHOTOGRAPHY

Our mission is to bring you home the most amazing places in the world.

Some people collect fridge magnets and souvenirs when they travel, but we prefer to collect spectacular and interesting photos with our camera. Recording memories from a trip that you can watch and enjoy anytime make travel photography the best passion. It’s like a time machine. People are saying that you cannot enjoy the traveling if you are non stop shooting photos, but we think it is totally the opposite, with constantly searching for better angles, new topic, looking through your lenses you will discover much more than you would with a pure eye.

Travel photography is a mixture of all areas of photography. It can be a landscape, a portrait, a street photo, a close-up, a panorama. Every trip is different. The culture, the history, the mood, the character, the ambiance, the feelings, the look of the buildings, the colors of the streets, the faces of people, the stories behind all can be captured by your camera if you practice it. Later you will develop the skill to be able to remember every photo you’ve taken during the journeys, which makes this a perfect hobby.

Our mission is to bring you home the most amazing places in the world.

Some people collect fridge magnets and souvenirs when they travel, but we prefer to collect spectacular and interesting photos with our camera. Recording memories from a trip that you can watch and enjoy anytime make travel photography the best passion. It’s like a time machine. People are saying that you cannot enjoy the traveling if you are non stop shooting photos, but we think it is totally the opposite, with constantly searching for better angles, new topic, looking through your lenses you will discover much more than you would with a pure eye.

Travel photography is a mixture of all areas of photography. It can be a landscape, a portrait, a street photo, a close-up, a panorama. Every trip is different. The culture, the history, the mood, the character, the ambiance, the feelings, the look of the buildings, the colors of the streets, the faces of people, the stories behind all can be captured by your camera if you practice it. Later you will develop the skill to be able to remember every photo you’ve taken during the journeys, which makes this a perfect hobby.

COUNTRIES VISITED

Our passion is to travel as many days as we can get for a holiday. Countries we’ve visited already are below:

COUNTRIES VISITED

Our passion is to travel as many days as we can get for a holiday. Countries we’ve visited already are below:

ASIA:

  • Thailand

  • Nepal

  • Kazakhstan

  • The Philippines

  • Cambodia

  • Laos

  • Indonesia

  • China

  • Emirates

  • Qatar

  • India

EUROPE

  • Hungary

  • Italy

  • France

  • Austria

  • Germany

  • UK

  • Spain

  • Poland

  • Ireland

  • Portugal

  • The Netherlands

  • Belgium

  • Sweden

  • Slovakia

  • Czech Republic

  • Slovenia

  • Croatia

  • Montenegro

  • Serbia

  • Romania

  • Bosnia Herzegovina

  • Albania

  • Turkey

  • Bulgaria

  • Luxemburg

  • Andorra

  • San Marino

  • Liechtenstein

  • Vatican

AMERICA

  • New York /// USA

  • California /// USA

  • Nevada /// USA

  • Utah /// USA

  • Arizona /// USA

AFRICA

  • Egypt

REACH THE WORLD

“Remember that happiness is a way of travel – not a destination.” /// Roy M. Goodman