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Report - |Beelitz "Art", Germany, Oct 2009

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Covcouple, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. Covcouple

    Covcouple 28DL Full Member
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    We know there's been numerous posts about this great place, which diminuishes in size each year. Thankfully the area is being tastefully restored and turned into homes as opposed to being completely demolished.

    There is so much to see and photograph here we spent a whole day wandering around - well running to get as much in before the light faded. There are attics, cellars, underground passge ways, staircases - basically lots. We arent sure how much is left. The map below gives you an indication of the size. One day only really allowed us to explore one of the qudrants:

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    Go on a sunny day as it creates amazing shadows.We thought we'd start a post up here showing some of the artwork on display. We have to say it certainly beats Brit graffiti. Enjoy!

    Watch out for more installments

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