Säuglings-Kinderkrankenhaus Weißensee, Berlin, Germany - May 2015

Säuglings-Kinderkrankenhaus Weißensee (Infant and Children's Hospital Weißensee) is an abandoned children's hospital in Berlin, Germany.
It opened in 1911, and initially treated up to 40 children.
I found the website in German, which says the hospital was once one of the most advanced medical facility in the country.
But sadly it was closed in 1997 for financial reasons and population decline.

This site had unique graffiti I had never seen in any other places.
Most rooms were with typical graffiti but there were rooms full of bananas, clouds, carrots, hearts etc...
Scroll down and you will see what I mean!
It was some dedicated work so I searched their signature "ONIGINAL" but couldn't find any information...

Säuglings-Kinderkrankenhaus Weißenseeはドイツベルリン郊外にある小児科医院の廃墟です。




The real carrot!

Elisabeth Sanatorium (Sanatorium E), Stahnsdorf, Germany, May 2015

Elisabeth Sanatorium (Sanatorium E), an abandoned sanatorium/clinic located in Stahnsdorf, Germany.
It was built in 1912 by a Jewish couple, and served as a lung clinic. Like many other hospital back then, it treated tuberculosis.
Since the family was Jewish, they had to flee after Nazi came to power. The hospital continued operating under different people.
After that it changed to a sanatorium for skin and lymph node tuberculosis, then dermatology clinic, which was closed in 1994.

Elisabeth Sanatorium (Sanatorium E)はドイツ・ポツダムにある廃診療所/療養所です。

It looked like some kind of medicine, but all I could find by the name was a herbicide...

Krampnitz Kaserne, Potsdam, Germany, May 2015

Krampnitz Kaserne was a military complex in Potsdam, Germany.
It was used by the Germans since 1937 til the end of WWⅡ, then by Soviet Army until its abandonment in 1992.
That explained why all I could find in this place was written in Russian, and I did not see a single sign of Nazis, all destroyed by Russians most likely.
(I found a report with a picture, an eagle with swastika, but I couldn't find any during my visit)
The complex was absolutely huge. It used to have an officers' club, a Tennis court, theater (found a reel) and more in its time.
Some movies were shot there such as "Inglorious Basterds" and "The Monuments Men."

Krampnitz Kaserneはドイツ・ポツダムにある軍事施設の廃墟です。

Even though this place seems beyond awesome, I have little recollection of the visit unfortunately (my poor poor brain!)
I absolutely love urbex trips in Germany, maybe most favorite in the world, and I found that graffitis there were much more "sophisticated" than in any other countries.
This place had a few graffitis of the type.