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Adam X Urbex Heilstatten Hohenlychen Germany Urban Exploration Decay Lost Abandoned Hidden stairs staircase treppe spiral

Explore #97: Heilstätten Hohenlychen, Germany – August 2014

Explore #9 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Three After James and I had spent the morning exploring Beelitz, followed by a flying visit to see the infamous Nazi Eagle at Krampnitz Kaserne, we then headed North of Berlin. We had to abandon our next planned location due to various issues (a stupid amount of barbed wire, too many security milling around, etc) so decided to cut our losses and head quickly on to Hohenlychen. History A superbly written…

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Adam X Urbex Beelitz Heilstatten Germany Urban Exploration Lung clinic Sanatorium Hospital Decay Lost Abandoned Hidden balcony veranda outside external

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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Adam X Urbex Altes Lager Juterbog Germany Urban Exploration Air base flight school CCCP Soviet Russian military Decay Lost Abandoned Derelict Hidden mural soldier wall painting picture photography corridor

Explore #95: Altes Lager Soviet air base and flight school, Jüterbog, Germany – August 2014

Explore #6 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Two After our run in with naked models and their money grabbing photographers at Beelitz’s women’s sanatorium, James and I moved on to a late afternoon explore of this abandoned air base. History In 1916 this airfield was used as an airship port, complete with barracks and the necessary hydrogen production plant. At the end of the First World War its use had to be halted as part of the regulations…

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