Druckerei G (Germany)

Abandoned printing factory. Once upon a time a fine example of modern architecture, based on a perfectly symmetrical plan; nowadays a dump-site for assorted waste. Although the exterior of this eloquently designed factory still oozes its former grandeur, the inside is literally rotten: collapsed floors, uncountable hazardous barrels filled with chemicals and severe vandalism turned its interior into a wasteland.

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urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  germany, deutschland, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, fotografie, verlaten, drukkerij, druckerei, printing, factory, industry, industrie

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One response to “Druckerei G (Germany)”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Hello,
    this is not a Druckerei!!!!
    This is the old Zeche/Kokerei Alma in Germany Gelsenkirchen.

    mfg

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