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Report - Prora, Germany - 06/05/07

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Oxygen Thief, May 6, 2007.

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    Visited today with Raddog.

    A bit of history. Prora was designed by the Nazi party to be a holiday resort for 20,000 people. Building commenced in 1936 but it was never totally completed. There are 8 buildings of 500m each. After the war it was used by the Soviets and the GDR.

    On arrival we were a bit downhearted to see the place crawling with tourists, buying ice cream and eating at the cafes. However, we didn't know that this was also a popular Baltic resort.

    We started looking at the buildings from the outside at first, the weather was faultless. The buildings are ridiculously long, like nothing we've seen before...

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    We made our way in, here's a corridor of stripped out windows...

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    and a communal washroom...

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    and a picture of a section of stairwell...

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    The first floor and up is all residential, with the rooms all facing the sea. The spurs at the back of the building contained the stairs, toilets and washrooms.

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    This is an unfinished dining area...

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    Back outside, some exterior shots...

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    This is a building that was never finished, and has been partially demolished...

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    Outside again...

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    Last picture, the arrivals hall, apparently this is classic Third Reich architecture...

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