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Worth knowing about Urban exploration is the exploration of man-made structures, usually abandoned ruins or not usually seen components of the man-made environment. read more

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The web server with the IP-address used by is owned by Hetzner Online GmbH and is located in Helsinki, Finland. This web server runs a few other websites, mostly in the english language.

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Server provider: Hetzner Online GmbH
Number of websites:9 - more websites using this IP address
Language distribution:100% of the websites are english

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Webserver software: Apache, Version 2.4.41
Operating system: Ubuntu (Linux)
Load time: 5.17 seconds (slower than 99 % of all websites)
Filesize:144.87 KB (9398 recognized words in text)

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Finland, Helsinki
Trustworthy 79%
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