Psychiatrie (Germany)

This psychiatric hospital dates back to the 1880s. Throughout the years, it has served many purposes. During both the First – and the Second World War, it was used as a hospital. Later on, it became a refuge for (male) mental patients. By the end of the 1990s, the hospital closed its doors. Even though the hospital was sold a mere two years after it shut down, the new owner never reinstated it and left the building to decay.

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urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  germany, deutschland, duitsland, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, verlaten, fotografie, psychiatrie, psychiatric, hospital, clinic, 1880, nervous, patients, military

urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  germany, deutschland, duitsland, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, verlaten, fotografie, psychiatrie, psychiatric, hospital, clinic, 1880, nervous, patients, military

urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  germany, deutschland, duitsland, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, verlaten, fotografie, psychiatrie, psychiatric, hospital, clinic, 1880, nervous, patients, military

urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  germany, deutschland, duitsland, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, verlaten, fotografie, psychiatrie, psychiatric, hospital, clinic, 1880, nervous, patients, military

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2 responses to “Psychiatrie (Germany)”

  1. analoguejimi says :

    Impressive shot. I really like urbex!

  2. knudsens says :

    Great shot. I must go to germany, its full of ue- places.

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