The institution used to be a home for children at risk between 1974 and 2002. The demolition of the complex started in 2008, the remaining buildings will probably be used as residential buildings.
The full set can be found here.
really like those pictures – despite the graf, there is a sense of order and clenliness about the place. symmetry everywhere.
hi, ive been trawling the internet but i cant find anything on this site, is it even in the uk?? if any friendly fellow explorers fancy gettin in touch to share some info please email czachur @ gmail . com. i will be so grateful!
Josh, its in Austria
Ordinarily we do our ‘sightseeing’ during the week. Security seem a little less ‘on the ball’, perhaps they’re not expecting visitors in the same way they are at a weekend.
When we explored this abandoned hotel we realised after a few minutes that the hotel had power.
One classical urbex place which won’t be missed – Cheratte Hasard
Again, limited information on this place. Last review on a trip website rated it as 4 stars in 2010. In 2016, it was decidedly less so!
A small rest of an abandoned factory
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