Exploring the Rotten Side of Germany

You might say I'm a collector. I collect rare objects. Facts, stories...I travel the roads of Germany seeking its heart.


Featured Photo | April 10, 2021

The windows of houses – even if the house is ramshackle – are always beautiful because windows represent light!"

(Mehmet Murat ildan)


Abandoned Sugar Factory in Germany
Abandoned Sugar Factory in Germany

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Dairy Company "Stingray" [DK]

Abandoned Dairy Company in Denmark

The abandoned buildings of this former dairy company are part of a larger dairy factory that was sold and split up sometime in the past. One part was after that operated by a fish export company, and this other part has apparently been used for various purposes, including storage and auto repairs.....(more)

Fish Factory "Last Summer" [DK]

Abandoned Fish Factory in Denmark

The factory was built in 1875. It is unknown, however, what kind of factory it was. It was subsequently acquired by a new owner in 1914. The buyer experimented with the production of blue cheese from cow's milk. France was already known at this time for Roquefort cheese, but it was produced from sheep's milk. In the late 1930s, the French gained a monopoly on the name Roquefort, and so the owner had to come up with another name for his invention. Hence the name Danablu....(more)



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Abandoned Neurosurgical Clinic Part 4 | Kiel, Germany | 2013


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Tour Report: Soviet Airfield "Hypericum"

Published 2021-04-10

Abandoned Soviet Airfield in Germany

During our summer vacation in 2018, we had planned a day of touring together with our dear friend Torsten from North Urbex. Due to the distance (he lives about 250 kilometers away) and frequent on-call-duty on his side, we rarely get the chance for a meeting - but in this case, it all worked out really nicely, although Torsten had to drive a bit farther to meet up with us.

 

At the time, we were staying in a nice little hotel south of Berlin, and we had planned to explore some of the Soviet relics in the area..(more)


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Urbex-Related News and Links [English/German]

Was steckt hinter diesem „Lost Place“ mitten in Hamburg?

Tausende Hamburger Autofahrer stehen täglich vor den roten Ampeln im Bereich Spaldingstraße/Repsoldstraße/Amsinckstraße. Ihr Blick fällt dann oft auf ein verwahrlostes Grundstück mit heruntergekommenen Bauten und Ruinen. Was steckt hinter dem „Lost Place“ mitten in der Stadt?

Eerie abandoned places in Edinburgh and how you can find them

Edinburgh is steeped in history, and with travel still out of bounds due to coronavirus you might be looking for somewhere to explore. You don't need to venture far in the capital to find something from times gone by, and often there is a creepy or unusual story attached to it.

The Endurin Allure of Lost Cities

Late afternoon sun cast long shadows across hundreds of stone faces carved into Bayon Temple as I scrambled deeper into the 12th Century shrine at the heart of Cambodia's sprawling Angkor site. The trippy portraits swelled from towers and walls, each one with plump lips curved into an unnerving smile.

ERZGEBIRGE: DIEBE PLÜNDERN "LOST PLACE" UND VERSCHWINDEN MIT WERTVOLLEN LAMPEN

Laut Polizei wurden aus dem ehemaligen Hotel "Deutsches Haus" auf der Chemnitzer Straße in Grünhainichen mehrere Deckenleuchten gestohlen. Gesamtwert: Etwa 5000 Euro!



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