HOUSES OF FALL

A rather dreamy place worth a visit is the former rehabilitation centre Beelitz Heilstätten near Berlin in Germany. It is a vast area of varied buildings being constructed in the early 20th century with a quite modern concept for healing and recovery.

After WW II it was seized by the Soviet Red Army which left Germany and this area in 1994. Nobody felt responsible for the place  afterwards or had an idea for further use so nature took over control quite easily.

Some years ago the place was changed into some kind of openair museum, and a long freestanding bridge was built for viewing the amazing ruins from the very height which requires however the payment of an entrance fee.

You will find there also a lot of other houses on the huge premises which you can view free of charge. Guided tours are offered there also inside some buildings.

#ThursdayTreeLove – 49

 

 

PLEASE FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS

Holiday season is not far away, so time to mentally prepare for the next flight whereever. Here to be seen the perfect place for training and testing the real  economy-class. A soft take-off or landing can not be guaranteed, but welcome on board.

Last-Minute Journey in the Country

Wishing you happy and safe travels whereever it may be.

 

Na’ama Yehuda’s Blogging Challenge – Opportune

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAVORITES – PHOTO CHALLENGE

Our world means a never ending diversity, we must only put this labyrinthic puzzle together again and again. So here are some of my favorite impressions and points of view in this regard.

Warning sign / Montafon Valley, Austria

Lonely bush in the Sahara / near oasis of Tamerza, Tunisia

The silkmaker / El Paso, Island of La Palma, Spain

Mural / Lagos, Portugal

Roots Gorge / Kazimierz Dolny, Poland

Festival of Lights / Berlin, Germany

Cliffs at sunset / Sagres, Portugal

The Daily Post  Weekly Photo Challenge – All time favorites