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Internet

Localization: Internet.

Destination: Unknown.

Discovered by:
Mary Von Rathen.

Ferryman:
Axel Wappendorf.

Status: Open.

Means: Internet.

Notes

   More a mean than a physical passage, the Internet network seems to be more and more used as an efficient method to go on the obscure continent.

   This is Mary Von Rathen, helped by Axel Wappendorf, who after his passage in our world, probably using the Solvay library or the Desombres museum and after his return in his world by an unknown passage in Perou, succeeded to establish a dialog between our two worlds by the means of the Internet network. Since this event, we cannot count all the cases of passage via this mean.

   Many sites are appearing every days like so many virtual gates on a parallel world. And who knows if you are still in your world?

 

THE obscure Internet sites:

 
Le site d'Urbicande
The official site of the Obscure Cities by Alok Nandi.

URL:  http://www.urbicande.be

 
Obskür
The magazine of the Obscure Cities.

URL:  http://www.ebbs.net

 
Le Web des cités obscures
The revelations of Joseph Le Perdriel by Eilko Bronsema

URL:  http://www.ebbs.net/schuiten

 
Le dictionnaire des cités obscures
The most complete dictionary about the obscure cities
by Sylvain Saint-Pierre.

URL:  http://dictionary.ebbs.net/

 
The Light
The online version of the news "The Light" by Michel Ardan.

URL:  http://thelight.ebbs.net/

 
Des villes claires aux cités obscures
Is the obscure world really existing?,by Quentin Gausset.
Includes many rare images.

URL:  http://archives.ebbs.net/

 
La saga de l'espion
Tales of the Obscure folklore, by Christophe Compère.

URL:  http://stories.ebbs.net/

 
Lumière sur les cités
The site of the obscure club "Lumière sur les Cités" by the Cc and cC   Philippe Blampain and James Rooms and Sylvain Saint-Pierre for the conception.

URL:  http://club.schuiten.peeters.ebbs.net/

 
The Obscure Permanent Exhibit
The site of the Obscure Permanent Exhibit.

URL:  http://expo.ebbs.net/

 
Voyage au coeur des Cités Obscures
A marvelous site completely in Flash animation by Pascal.

URL:  http://citesobscures.free.fr/

 
Le Tram 81
A marvelous site completely in Flash animation by Niko.

URL:  http://users.swing.be/graphik/

 
The obscure folder "176"
The city of Saint-Petersbourg en Russia and his many Passages towards the Obscure Cities by Mitya Suchin.

URL:  http://mitya.ebbs.net/

 
Planet of Visions
The site of Planet of Visions at the thematic park of the international exposition 2000 of Hannover.

URL:  http://www.planetofvisions.com/

 
Les Quarxs
The Maurice Benayoun site.

URL:  http://www.benayoun.com/

 
The site of Urbicande-la-Neuve
The site of the webcams of Urbicande-la-Neuve.

URL:  http://urbicande.tele.ucl.ac.be/

 
Obscure Cities
A first version of the site of the Obscure Cities.

URL:  http://www.switchon.be/ObscureCities/frIndex.html

 
Urbicande en 1ºS
Network Growth Calculations, by the students of Nathalie Aymé.

URL:  http://www-cabri.imag.fr/abracadabri/EnClasse/Urbicande/
Urbicande.html

 
Le Réseau d'Urbicande
Obscure Theater, by the students of Nathalie Aymé.

URL: 
http://www-cabri.imag.fr/nathalie/citesobscures/theatre.htm

 
La quête du sens dans les Cités Obscures
Analysis, by Frédéric Kaplan.

URL:  http://www.captage.com/kaplan/doc/schuiten/index.html

 
Les Cités Obscures
Revue, by Antoine Brenner.

URL:  http://www.via.ecp.fr/~brenner/cites.html

 
Les Cités Obscures et nous (edition 15)
Discussion Forum hosted by BD Paradisio.

URL:  http://www.bdparadisio.com/scripts/ForItems.cfm?IdSubject=0919164908

 
Forum sur les Cités Obscures
Discussion Forum hosted by Casterman.

URL:  http://www.asuivre.com/forum

 
Fonds d'écran Obscure
For your PC, offered by Casterman.

URL:  http://www.casterman.com/fonds/fonds.asp?serie=urbicande

 
La station de métro Arts et Métiers
Details about the Paris Subway station that is a link to the Other World..

URL:  http://www.cnam.fr/museum/renovation/station.html

 
A Gateway to the Obscure Cities
What are the obscure cities?, by Jim Harrison.

URL:  http://members.aol.com/IKONPress

 
Brüsel
Revue, by Jean et Roger.

URL: http://homepages.enterprise.net/jeanandroger/comics/brusel.html

 
Schuiten Link Page
The biggest list of lins to linked or dedicated sites to the Obscure Cities, by RPK.

URL: http://www.euronet.nl/users/rpk/linksch.htm