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Germany White Gold - abandoned porcelain factory with everything left inside. [02/19]

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This is one for the history books, I am really unsure how long this factory will stay how it is. It's one of the best, if not the best spot, that I have ever visited. It looked like there had been some vandalism at first when we entered, but in the upper and other parts of the factory, everything looks so untouched, it's unbelievable. 


Full Album (80 pics): https://flic.kr/s/aHsmAYHLXQ

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Really still much inside, looks very interesting. However, the "path" in the third picture would have been nothing for me and my fear of heights. ;):D

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Wow thats a lot of porcelain! I like the little studio with the old photos on the wall and it really feels here like you've taken us ob a tour of the building from start to finish ?

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