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Germany The shelter hospital (Jan 2019)

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During the Cold War, this bunker was built as an auxiliary hospital.
The overlying school was opened in the 60s while the hospital was officially inaugurated in the 80s.
It offered 2,370 places and never went into operation.
At the turn of the millennium, it was relieved of its responsibilities, the inventory transferred to other states, and the hospital will be soon demolished.

 

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Interesting place, I especially like the shots with the beds and the toilets.

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I like both parts too, especially those toilets. I did think for a minute hmm interesting but can now see where the cubicles would have stood around them. 

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Love the pictures and report, bang one!

Taken real care over those and looks like a great wander.

Persoanlly think the watermark is a little intrusive, but its opionion :)

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