“I want to believe that memories, even sad and painful ones, should not be forgotten forever."
This abandoned military airfield in the German state of Mecklenburg- West Pomerania was built in the 1930s by the Luftwaffe of the Wehrmacht and operated by them until the end of World War II. It was then taken over by the Soviet Air Forces, which also subjected it to military use by units of the 16th Air Army until they withdrew from reunified Germany in 1994.
Work on the combined land and sea air base began in 1935. Among other things, a concrete runway with a length of 1325 meters and a width of 80 meters as well as several maintenance halls in the west and north-west areas were built....(more)
This bunker was built around 1965 as the command post for the 16th Guards FIghter Division of the Soviet Air Forces. During the 1970s, two expansions were built out of prefabricated USB components, giving the bunker a total surface area of roughly 300 square meters.
The bunker has three access points, two of which have been sealed.
Next to the situation room and the communcations center, there are various smaller rooms for accomodation, ventilation and electronics......(more)
The weather that had irritated us a bit on our exploration of the Soviet nuclear weapons depot, calmed down a bit as we were finished there, so we decided together with our friend Torsten from North Urbex to explore another location.
We had an abandoned military hospital on our list, a place that we had planned to check out once before - a plan that at the time was foiled by a patrolling security service on the premises. This time, we weren't going to give up that easily. We checked the area for inconspicuous parking places and found one a little bit remote from the hospital, so our car wouldn't arise any (or not too much) suspicion.....(more)
In China steht ein Nachbau von Schloss Neuschwanstein – und zerfällt. Der Wanguo-Themenpark wurde vor knapp 20 Jahren errichtet, aber nie eröffnet. Auch andere Kopien berühmter Sehenswürdigkeiten wurden dort zum Lost Place.
The derelict site has become a target for vandals, fire-raisers, graffiti artists and urban explorers, but it’s also a potential death-trap, with many of its decaying buildings structurally unsafe.
As the second-largest state in the US, there is also a wealth of abandoned places in Texas. And these hauntingly beautiful abandoned buildings and places have also piqued the interest of many who love to do urban exploration.
Für viele geht von der Schrottimmobilie in der Mollbeck eine unheimliche Faszination aus. Offenbar steht ein Besitzerwechsel vor. Der künftige Eigentümer soll einen Abriss und Neubau planen.