Retirement home G (Germany)

This former retirement home, which has been abandoned for over five years now, is located in a peaceful environment, overlooking a beautiful, natural valley. The modern building stands in stark contrast to its idyllic surroundings, as it is rapidly turning into a ruin. Even though the exterior appears to be in mint condition, big parts of the interior have either been covered with graffiti or vandalized. Local action groups are campaigning for the redevelopment of the complex, thus safeguarding it for future generations.

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2 responses to “Retirement home G (Germany)”

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