Built between 1898 and 1930 as a sanatorium for lung diseases, Beelitz-Heilstätten was one of the largest hospitals in and around Berlin. It served as a field hospital in the two world wars and was later the Soviets' major military hospital in East Germany. Abandoned in 1994 with the Russian withdrawal, most buildings have slowly fallen into ruins since.
Furhouse Manor. This house has been abandoned for decades and is filled with treasures from WW2 ID cards to magazines dating back to the queens coronation. Its like the occupant just left. Even the clock worked and the time was right.
This is probably the most famous of the various beautiful staircases of the abandoned Beelitz Heilstätten, located in Beelitz, Brandenburg (Germany). Built in 1898 and has been abandoned for 13 years now.
St. John’s Hospital, a former mental asylum in Lincolnshire, England, which closed its doors in 1989. Built in 1852, the hospital was originally called the Lincolnshire County Lunatic Asylum, built to house 250 “penniless lunatics.” Through the years, the hospital expanded its grounds to 120 acres, its own mortuary chapel, gardens, farmland & a burial ground.