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Report - Filmpalast, BB, Germany

Discussion in 'European and International Sites' started by Atomhirsch, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. Atomhirsch

    Atomhirsch 28DL Full Member
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    May 2011: It was one of those typical situations.

    We were in this small city to visit an abandoned brewery and a ruinous power plant, and on the way to the first stop the old letters of a closed cinema were visible on the facade of a large old (and empty) building. The gate to the backyard were open, so we decided to do a spontaneous stop here.

    On the way through the backyard full of trash, wild-grown trees and debris we found the stairs up the the projector room:







    We were a little bit disappointed first, because there were no projectors at all. But a quick look through the hatch into the auditorium stunned us. The seats were still inside, even the screen and the curtain. And we had luck, after a little bit of searching in the backyard, we found an open door.

    And then, as we entered the Foyer, we discovered the most amazing thing. Electricity! Just for fun I clicked the switch, and it became light.



    So... just out of curiosity... I searched for the light controls for the cinema hall. Slowly I faded in the lights, and the whole auditorium became visible. No need for the flashlights anymore. :)







    Oh, in case you forgot to buy your urbex ticket, you can do it here:


    Don't hate me because I did HDRs :) The light wasn't really good inside there.

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