UNTOUCHED Abandoned Theater with Vintage Movie Projector – Urbex Lost Places Germany

UNTOUCHED Abandoned Theater with Vintage Movie Projector – Urbex Lost Places Germany

At the edge of a spa park this gorgeous building is located. Once it was used as a sanatorium and also a huge theater is part of the building complex. After 15 years of vacancy the interior offers great motives for photos as well as a unique glance at the past. Join us on a travel back in time. This is another bonus episode which takes place somewhere in Germany. This impressive building had been on our urbex bucket list for years. Although it has been abandoned for around 15 years now, luckily, there are no damages caused by vandalism so far. Though the whole furnishings has been removed by now. Only a few objects are left inside the building. But a variety of details can still be discovered here. One of the many highlights of this place is the entrance hall. Apart from the pillars it’s also characterized by an impressive wall picture. This is just one section of the picture but it already reveals a bounty of details. The building was constructed in the 1950s. Because of the nearby thermal spring this location was just perfect for a sanatorium. Back then those doors, windows and the balcony were all made of solid oak. The centerpiece of the building is this huge theater hall. By the way, if you want to see all our photos you should take a look on our pages on Facebook and Instagram. The hall has enough space to seat over 500 people. The acoustics in this room are so good that even radio recordings were produced here back then. Nothing but natural decay. That’s exactly what urban explorers love to see. If you look closely you can even recognize the inscriptions on the old equipment. There were several dressing rooms for the actors on multiple floors. But not all the rooms were in such a pristine condition as this one. Apparently the huge theater hall was used to show movies as well. After a while we found this massive film projector from a bygone era. For approximately 15 years the building has been standing empty. Unfortunately, we don’t know the reason for that. But we guess there was no demand anymore and the trend of time had simply been missed. After it was abandoned people were desperately looking for a new owner but as it seems nobody dares to invest in this huge building complex. Although there had been a plan to awake this historical sanatorium from its deep slumber a few years ago the buyer never paid. So the redevelopment failed. The building was supposed to be turned into a sports medical rehabilitation center. And now the ravages of time are taking their toll. The beautiful glass pavilion has lost the former glance. In the last few months a terrible storm caused great damage here. The historical stuccoed ceiling was nearly entirely destroyed. Every winter damages the place more and more. It won’t take long until the former sanatorium can’t be rescued anymore. Today, 65 years after its construction, the building faces an uncertain future. Next week on Broken Window Theory. In the middle of nowhere we found an abandoned hunter’s home. While we were trying to unveil its story we made several unexpected discoveries. We hope you enjoyed this bonus episode. In just a week we will upload the next urbex adventure. This time we will be exploring another abandoned home with all the furnishings left behind. Don’t miss that one, guys!

56 thoughts on “UNTOUCHED Abandoned Theater with Vintage Movie Projector – Urbex Lost Places Germany

  1. Just a quick bonus episode for you. Most parts of this abandoned sanatorium are completely empty but there are some really beautiful highlights we don't want to keep to ourselves but share with you!

  2. Guys this was one of the most Beautiful buildings I've seen explored loved it thanks for sharing it Your Friend From NY Nelly😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

  3. I was excited to see this video. I managed a historic movie theater for 2 years here in the US. We were still using carbon lit cameras as well. Many of these old movie theaters are closed now but it's still thrilling to see inside of one of these beauties today! Thanks for sharing!

  4. Tolles Lostplacevideo wie immer, BWT. 👍👍👍 Vielen Dank fürs Uploaden. Schade, dass diese ansonsten unberührte Location immer mehr verfällt. Bis zum nächsten Video. Frohe Pfingsten an euch und viele Grüße aus Norddeutschland 😂😂😂

  5. Thanks Broken window theory for sharing with me about this UNTOUCHED Abandoned Theater with Vintage Movie Projector i really enjoyed this video i watch your channel all the time your videos i never miss one but lately i was busy i am a t-shirt silk screener i run my own small t-shirt business and i also have a you tube channel i am from the U.S.A. i just finished a medium size job now i can enjoy your videos once again and i can't wait to see your next videos and God Bless you and thanks again my friends.

  6. Fascinating place. I was waiting for you to sing to show us how well the acoustics work. 🤗 many thanks for sharing

  7. Nicely put together video, you always have good factual information on the places you visit. It is sad that such beautiful structure's are left to decay. Keep up the good work!

  8. I always enjoy all of your videos! I don't understand why you don;t have two million subscribers because you guys are fantastic urban explores!

  9. I have such a great respect for the work you guys do. Simply amazing, the quality and heart that goes into these videos is just incredible. Never stop!

  10. old theaters now are curiosities, people would rather sit at home in front of 1.5 meter wide TV's than go to a public theater. What was, is no more. The Economics are altered and skewed to the reality of Now. another first rate video. You are good photographers

  11. Another great video guys. Will be in Germany next mo th. Would like to buy you guys lunch or dinner and talk about maybe a production on explorer's exploring. Let us know what you think. We would like to make a documentary on this subject and some of the successful youtubers like yourselves and your favorite locations. Maybe revisit some of these areas. Thx

  12. You got some truly epic shots in this building! Your eye for framing a shot and using natural available light to best advantage ranks up there with the best. I do hope you are marketing your best stills somewhere because they truly are fine art. I wanted so much more of this complex you teasers…live it !!! 🖤🇨🇦

  13. What an amazing building. In USA it would be filled with graffiti. Just s shame to see it decay. The camera was exceptionally nice. Wow great find!! Stay safe.

  14. Amazing how such a vintage theater place could be left abandoned for so long. I would've thought someone would restore it back to life.

  15. YES my brothers you have hit the spot once again !Absolutely brilliant,as I've said before I expect nothing less from you all !!!!!I love the way you incoperate history,with local knowledge,you have documented fantastically. ..Thanks so much for sharing this video,and your experience. ……..

  16. Sehr gutes Video jungs! Ich muss mich auch mal nen bisschen an eine Qualitätssteigerung ran hängen 😀

  17. I agree 100% that natural decay is what Explorers prefer, another in your long line of great videos that give the rest of us a lot to try to match. Great location.

  18. I have watched many of your videos now this one however made me feel sad as I am a sound and lighting engineer to see a theater abandoned like this.Take care and keep safe. from England.

  19. Echt schick! Meine 3 Highlights von dort wären der Projektor, der Eingangsbereich und der Pavillion.

  20. I have just started watching and subbed, and I must say your vids are wonderful. No graffiti and everything destroyed like in Canada and the US. Also I like how you try to find out the history of where you explore. Great job guys!

  21. The cinematography in this video is epic! It was a visual wonderland. Thanks for sharing such a beautiful and wondrous building. Delightful! It Is such a beautiful blend of ancient with mid-century modern.

  22. There's a bonus in every episode, as far as I'm concerned. I really enjoyed seeing this building and the design. I wonder if it remains unvandalized.

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