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Germany Spa Hotel & Rehabilitation Center (11/2018)

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The rehab center consists of several buildings in very different state of preservation. While some rooms of the spa hotel still look almost as good as new, an outbuilding (possibly former apartments of employees) is already partially collapsing.

Unfortunately I don't know anything about the history.

 

 

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