In a small town deep in the Thuringian Highlands, you can find an abandoned porcelain factory.
It was founded early in the 1890s and was renowned for the manufacture of fine porcelain.
The product portfolio included decorative porcelain, gifts, kitchen items, porcelain figures for the bath and figures of saints.
In the early 1970s, the company's name was changed to reflect a more socialist product line of consumer porcelain, but in 1976, the factory was integrated into a
company for the manufacture of porcelain figures.
According to documents that can be found in the offices, the factory was finally closed in April of 1993. In 2016, parts of the building collapsed.