“Truth is the most precious thing. That's why we should ration it.”
The former "Sophia Sanctuary for Consumptives" in München is a former lung sanatorium in Thuringia.
The idyllic forest building was built in 1898 and has been abandoned since 1994.
The clinic was founded on October 14, 1898 with the support of the Grand Ducal Family of Saxony-Weimar-Eisenach in a forest area above the town of München, today a district of another town.
It was named after Princess Sophie of the Netherlands, who had died shortly before.
The house initially served as a spa facility for the treatment of tuberculosis patients...(more)
This abandoned "castle" is situated in an area which was a wealthy health resort in the late 19th century. It was originally built in the 1880s as a recreation home on a wooded hill on the outskirts of the city, and it offered the sick a temporary home for their spa stay.
Later in the century, the owner and a well-known doctor worked together and turned the recreation home into a tuberculosis sanatorium.....(more)
The rain hadn't stopped during our drive away from our first location to our second location that day. We had opted for an abandoned sanatorium that wasn't too far away and where we'd identified a nice place to park without having to walk too much ;)
We parked the car and walked through the rain to the address of the sanatorium.
We were a bit disappointed by the building - it looked like a typical building from the late 1960s or early 1970s - nothing like the old sanatoriums that we'd visited in the past.
Entering was easy; there was an open window through which we were able to...(more)
Schwarzenbach am Wald - Ein Zeuge sah, wie sich der Mann im Bereich der Terrasse des leerstehenden Gasthofs aufhielt. Als er den Mann ansprach, bestritt dieser, etwas getan zu haben und entfernte sich in Richtung B 173. Dort stand ein schwarzer VW Multivan mit Chemnitzer Kennzeichen.