No matter how often I look at this picture – I cannot figure out the purpose of this isolation chamber that looks like a phone booth without phone – but some strange equipment mounted on the wall… Together with the electric bathtub just across the
A dinosaur egg for Easter! Happy Easter everyone! This rock in the entrance hall of an old wellness clinic is the closest I found to an Easter egg.
An old centrifuge with some samples left inside… if they are blood samples, I didn’t check. Found in an old, abandoned wellness clinic in Germany.
On today’s menu we have a crispy cabbage from the kitchen of an abandoned wellness clinic in Germany.It seems that the last menu before closing was not ordered anymore…
A corridor in the old, abandoned wellness clinic Sylvia – somewhere in Germany.Vandals have been active here – but compared to other locations it still looks quite good.
One of the examination rooms in the abandoned clinic “Kurklinik Sylvia” in Germany. Even abandoned in 2014 vandalism is still not too obvious. Still: why the chair is on the table is a mystery. I doubt that it was the cleaning lady…
After a call to the healer on TV, the wheel chair instantly got empty…
If a bath tub has more electrical controls than your car… and you always got told that water and electricity are a bad match… one starts to wonder if this could have been used rather for torture than healing.
Somewhere in Germany there is an old health clinic – let’s call it “Kurklinik Sylvia”. For the clinic got closed in 1997 (by what I found), it’s in a surprising good condition. Once used for rehabilitation and wellness, many bath tubs and other equipment still
Urban exploration – or in short: Urbex – is the exploration of man-made structures, usually abandoned buildings or not usually seen components of the man-made environment. If decay already started to take place, the environment starts to get even more interesting. Although urbexing may sometimes