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    Default An abandoned rehabilitation center build in the 1960's, closed in the 2000's. [Austri


    Hello everybody.

    Today I want to share an especially untouched location with you guys. This resort has been closed since the early 2000's and has since then been sitting around in Austria. Due to its remote location, there was no vandalism beside two broken down windows. Originally, this was used as a rehabilitation center for the elderly, as far as I know. Also located on site are a medical facility for routine check-ups and dietary advice.

    I'd say this was the best location I ever visited in terms of how well it was preserved.

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    Wow!
    That is one of those places where you expect to walk in on staff having a meeting!!
    I would have said a place for the elderly because of how the floors are open and without obstruction. I laughed when I saw the table lamps having a meeting in the canteen!

    Pipe pron!! OMG. Yes thank you for that - I love machinery and metal. When I saw the swim pool I began hoping there would be machinery pics. Was not disappointed. Whoever put the pipes in really loved doing it - so neat.
    The generator would start with no problems.

    Awesome location that. We had a lot of similar places close in the UK but everything near me was flattened and had houses and supermarkets built on it.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Full of meaty goodness.

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    Incredible location and you have captured it superbly in your pix.

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    Great report, thanks :)

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    What an amazing timewarp!

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    Yeah that is really cool & unbelievably untouched, nice one!
    What the hell am I doing, I mean really at my age!

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    I like how its still so well kept and tidy. If that was here in the UK it would be trashed and full of graffiti

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    Very nice. I like the wooden chairs. They look like smoking or captains chairs.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Fantastic find, lovely pics, I enjoyed it, Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Very nice. I like the wooden chairs. They look like smoking or captains chairs.

    I thought it was only me - saw a chair and wanted to slouch back and start smoking again!
    Full of meaty goodness.

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