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This abandoned hotel is located in Germany's middle of nowhere. It seems the whole region is in an abandonment stage. I discovered a hand full of abandoned places on my way to and back from my esploration.

Unfortunately I didn't have time to capture photos of them but they are on my list. ?



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Very nice place (with the exception of the unnecessarily decorated shoes in front of the bed ... ;) ). I don't think I have seen this hotel before. :) 

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Am 24.10.2018 um 02:08 schrieb The_Raw:

Brilliant photos dude. I love the one with the curved mirror

If it's allowed to have favorites of his own pics this is one of mine. only decay is missing.

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