School

Upstairs balcony view of chapel Adam X Urbex UE Urban Exploration Germany Kent School Saint Sint St Jozefsheim chapel church abandoned derelict unused empty disused decay decayed decaying grimy grime

Explore #105: School JKMD, Germany – September 2014

Explore #6 of the Taking the Piscine Tour After a revisit to the abandoned Alla Italia spa in Belgium, we then headed into Germany, stopping off for an hour at this former school and monastery. ***UPDATE JULY 2017: PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS SITE IS NOW IN PRIVATE OWNERSHIP, AND SHOULD NOT BE ENTERED WITHOUT THE OWNER’S PERMISSION*** History Built in 1909 as a Franciscan school and monastery, it originally housed about 600 physically and mentally disabled people. However the rise…

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Adam X Urbex Nazi School Partishule N DDR Horsaal Germany Urban Exploration Decay Lost Abandoned auditorium ceiling seats chairs view from the stage lectern

Explore #99: Nazi School, aka Partischule N / DDR Hörsaal, Germany – August 2014

Explore #11 of the Berlin or Bust Tour Day Four After exploring the Hospital of wheelchairs we drove a few more hours to this former Nazi School. History This large complex of buildings was built in the 1930s as a National Socialist Political Educational Institution – in other words, a Nazi school. A testament to the arrogance of the Third Reich, the buildings are arranged in an “SS” layout when viewed from above. After WWII the site was put to…

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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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