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Category : Germany

18 Aug 2016

Oleg Naumov Hotel

One of our best explorations. In fact, we discovered in this hotel the beauty of decay. A forgotten place which have a very mystical atmosphere. We loved in this hotel the way how nature reclaims its rights. We saw the nature conquering what man has left. #16 Hôtel de montagne abandonné en Allemagne ! #urbex #roadtrip2016 #allemagne #hotel #tripadvisor #abandoned Une photo publiée par An Abandoned World ☢️⛔️⚠️ (@urbexsession) le 22 Juin 2016 à 5h09 PDT #16 The Office. Hôtel […]

16 Mar 2016

Werner Boost Sanatorium

The construction of this sanatorium began in 1912 on the outskirts of Berlin. In 1952, the place was transformed in a private hospital specialized in the treatment of the skin. The place was abandoned in 1994. We discovered that there is a kennel in the park, we have to show discretion in the middle of dogs with a lot of adrenalin. By a hole in the fence, we entered immediately into the building to discover long empty halls. We found […]

16 Mar 2016
Spreepark, Abandoned Amusement Park in Germany | urbexsession.com/en/spreepark | Urbex Germany

SpreePark

A cult place, a major place, the amusement park – Spreepark – opened in 1969 is located next to Berlin and went bankrupt in 2002 due to a lot of debts. Some attractions were resold but it remained a few, for example the Ferris wheel which we can see by far. We explored this place during the summer 2014 just before the fire which damaged a large part of the park. Arrived in front of the railings of the park, the exploration began badly when we saw two guards […]

05 Mar 2016

Paul Minow House

This house was the home of a doctor who was a specialist in the field of urology. Abandoned for many years, the house still contains a lot of things and medical items. The lower two floors were the surgery with examination rooms and an operating room and the upper three floors were the living area for the doctor and his wife. We discovered a large library of books in both German and English, all around the subject of Urology.

11 Feb 2016

Beelitz Heilstätten

This complex was built in the end of the 19th century. Over 25 years, more than 100,000 patients were treated here, mostly for tuberculosis. During the 1st and 2nd World War, the complex was used as military hospital for the German army. Adolf Hitler was treated there for an injured leg in 1916. Some parts of the complex were destroyed during the war. After the WWII, the Russians took over the buildings and used it as their own military hospital, […]