In terms of historical information, nothing can be found about this sanatorium somewhere in the mountains of Germany. Judging by the architecture, it was built - or at least renovated at some boint in the late 1960s or early 1970s. The interior design points at a refurbishment in the early 1990s.
This was not a sanatorium in a classical sense as there were no tuberculosis patients treated here. It was more like a spa or health clinic with 54 patient rooms, a pool area, a sauna and a solarium.
The sanatorium was specialized in the
treatment of respiratory diseases, fatigue, vascular diseases and orthopedic conditions.
It is unclear, when the cilinic was finally closed; the level of decay suggests that it was not too long ago. The photos are from March 2018. In September 2018, a fire destroyed many rooms and possibly much of the interior has been destroyed as well.