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To discover such a time capsule always gives you a lot of pleasure. Whereby you can not speak of small here, because in this beautiful place there were many motifs over several floors.

Starting with a huge cellar that was filled to the ceiling with unused materials, over several floors that were used for the production of clothing

to an attic that was converted into a warehouse disused for sewing machines.

 

However, the long history of the company is relatively fast to tell. A brave entrepreneur founded a small factory in the mid-19th century whose productivity could be increased very quickly.

When the GDR emerged, the company was expropriated to disappear after the turnaround because they had missed the ravages of time.

 

Meanwhile, you can not enjoy this time capsule so much, because after the discovery of the object, it was not long before much was destroyed and stolen,

which ultimately led to the city secured the building and walled the entrances.

 

More pictures of this huge location can be found here -> http://www.patrick-hertel.de/veb-dessous/

 

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Interesting place and nice first report. Welcome to the forum! :) 

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