The remains of the abandoned Beelitz Sanatorium Built in 1898 near Berlin, Germany, for victims of tuberculosis until it was converted to aid the wounded of WWI and WW II, including Adolf Hitler. After the war, it was used by East Germany. empty since
Beelitz Military HospitalBeelitz is a historic town in Potsdam-Mittelmark district, in Brandenburg, Germany. It is chiefly known for its cultivation of white asparagus (Beelitzer Spargel), which is quite popular within the Berlin-Brandenburg region.