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Germany College of Anatomy, Germany. visited sept 2014

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One of my favourites from mine and Katia's trip to Germany last year. There wasn't a lot left here and it had a lot of graffiti inside it but it was worth it for the morgue I think. We got in early because its was in quite a nice up market area and we would have stood out in the day haha. It had plenty of doors banging in the wind and I felt like someone else was in there as well, had seen reports homeless have used it for shelter but we didnt come across anyone. Not a massive site but was a bit of a maze, I had almost given up on finding the morgue before we stumbled upon it. Hope you like the pics.

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Liking that lecture theatre and the morgue, lots of shit graff though. The one bit I did like was the little skeleton in the morgue, looks like you could line it up with the slab for a photo quite nicely :wink:

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The one bit I did like was the little skeleton in the morgue, looks like you could line it up with the slab for a photo quite nicely :wink:

If only I had thought of that haha. well worth a wander around this one if over there.

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