Beelitz Heilstatten

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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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Explore #94d (revisit): Beelitz-Heilstätten – Lung clinics and surgery building, Germany – August 2014

Explore #7 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Two After completing our exploration of the Women’s bath house and sanatorium at Beelitz on the second morning of our German roadtrip, James and I then moved on to explore the Women’s lung treatment clinic and surgery buildings. For a history of Beelitz, and many more photos from the Men’s sanatorium and bath house please see my first Beelitz report here. Anyway, on with the photos… As always, click on a…

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Explores #94b and #94c (revisit): Beelitz-Heilstätten – Women’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium, Germany – August 2014

Explores #5 and #7 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Two After our morning exploring the Men’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium and a few other buildings, we had a breather, some lunch and energy drinks, and decided to have a look at the Women’s sanatorium buildings on the other side of the road. As we entered the first building we noticed a couple of other photographers further down one of the corridors. We thought nothing of this, until we turned…

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