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Adam X Urbex Beelitz Heilstatten Germany Urban Exploration Mens Men's Bathhouse Bath House Hospital Decay Lost Abandoned Hidden entrance foyer reception lobby stairs steps bannister peeling paint

Explores #94 and #94a: Beelitz-Heilstätten – Men’s Bathhouse and Sanatorium & Butcher/Bakery/Laundry buildings, Germany – August 2014

Explore #5 of the Berlin or Bust Tour After the one-shot wonder of my last report at The Blue Hospital, I’ve got an XL sized report for you this time! After enjoying a few well-earned beers at our motel the night before, it was a traditionally early (5am!) start for Day Two of our German weekender. Despite our exhaustion we were keen to get going, as we were headed to the centrepiece around which the whole long weekend had been…

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Explores #88 and #88a (revisit): Alla Italia health spa, Belgium – August and September 2014

Explore #11 of the Gigawatts & Megalolz Tour The final day of our Belgian weekender was another stupidly early start, so that we could make our entrance to this beautiful former spa whilst still under the cover of darkness. As with The Grand Hotel Regnier I also ended up paying a revisit to this location a month or so later, so have combined my shots from both visits into this single report. History I can’t say much about this location,…

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Explore #51a (revisit): Chateau de Noisy (aka Chateau Miranda), Belgium – August 2014

Explore #10 of the Gigawatts & Megalolz Tour Despite having already explored four locations and been on the go since 4.30am that morning, our team couldn’t resist rounding off Day Two with a revisit to the magical Chateau Noisy. History For a potted history of the castle, and lots more photos, please have a look at my report from my first visit back in April 2014. Our Explore This was a revisit for Darren and I, and Marlon had been…

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