Military Sites

Parabola dish radar radio communications morning dawn mist clouds Ice Station Zebra NATO Livorno Monte del Giogo Italy Italia Urbex Adam X Urban Exploration Access 2016 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location haunting eerie

Explore #189: NATO station ‘Ice Station Zebra’, Italy – October 2016

Explore #2 of the ‘128mb SD Card Tour’ After exploring Oculus Tower, we unfortunately failed on our next couple of targets. We then headed high up into the mountains to this disused former NATO communications facility with a silly urbex codename, where we also planned to camp for the night. History (translated and rewritten from here and here) Station ‘Livorno’, atop Monte del Giogo, was one of 82 ‘ACE HIGH’ L-band troposcatter communications bases located in nine different NATO countries.…

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Ward Chair operating theatre peeling paint The Blue Hospital Military Germany Deutschland Urbex Adam X Urban Exploration Access 2016 Abandoned decay lost forgotten derelict location haunting eerie

Explore #93a (revisit): The Blue Hospital, Germany – May 2016

Explore #26 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ As we had cut out revisit of Beelitz short we still had a couple of hours to use before heading to the airport, so decided to pay a revisit to this former military hospital, crumbling away in some forgotten woodland… History I have not found much history of the hospital, other than that it served the vast Soviet army forces which were stationed all around this region from the end of World…

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Explore #94e (revisit): Beelitz-Heilstätten – Men’s Sanatorium, Germany – May 2016

Explore #25 of ‘The Picnics & Palaces Tour’ We left Poland and headed back towards Berlin for what turned out to be a rather brief and sad revisit to this former military sanatorium, which James and I had first explored in much greater depth back in August 2014. History Originally built in 1898 on the plans of architect Heino Schmieden, this vast complex of approximately 60 buildings was designed as a sanatorium for the Berlin workers’ health insurance corporation to…

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