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A few weeks ago I visited an old abandonend chocolate factory in the south-west of Germany. The rainy day normally suits the shabby mood of the environment but of course requires long exposure. Unfortunately I forgot to turn off steady shot (camera shake compensation) so 50% of my pics turned out to be blurry. 😖 Shit happens!

 

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I also was there five years ago. I heard that it would be demolished now. But I'm not sure if that's true.

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vor 16 Stunden schrieb Andy:

I also was there five years ago. I heard that it would be demolished now. But I'm not sure if that's true.

 

not true - still a rather nice place. but hurry up if you're thinking about a revisit. the building is beginning to collaps.

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10 minutes ago, Ghost-Scooter said:

 

not true - still a rather nice place. but hurry up if you're thinking about a revisit. the building is beginning to collaps.

 

I read that in a report from an urbex group on Facebook (unfortunately I don't remember which one it was). It said it had started last week, so after your visit there. But I don't know if that's really true or a if it was a fake report.
I don't plan a re-visit (but thanks :) ). As you already wrote - compared to the time of my visit - the condition is pretty bad now. And I already took a lot of photos there. At that time you still could enter all areas of the chocolate factory, from the upper floor to the basement, without any problems.

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