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Other An abandoned rehabilitation centre built in the 1960's, closed in the 2000's. [Austria, 01/2019]

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Hello everybody.

Today I want to share an especially untouched location with you guys. This resort has been closed since the early 2000's and has since then been sitting around in Austria. Due to its remote location, there was no vandalism beside two broken down windows. Originally, this was used as a rehabilitation center for the elderly, as far as I know. Also located on site are a medical facility for routine check-ups and dietary advice.


I'd say this was the best location I ever visited in terms of how well it was preserved. 


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Nice place and still in a quite good condition. Looks really interesting.

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