The rain was relentless, and didn't stop, even when the sun came out.
The shot below is of the first building I entered, it looks blurred because everytime I went to take a shot, it ended up with water on the lens.
I'm guessing it was for quite high ranking VIPs or something, for such a huge room with a small bath. In the above corridor was a hole in the wall, that allowed me to poke my camera through and grab this shot of the solo bath room from on high. And after checking my visibility levels, moved around on the slightly precarious looking roof.The structure in the pic below sits above the large room with a single bath in it.To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.Yes, we do love Berlin, but sometimes it’s nice to escape the city and spend a day in nature to get some headspace.
The magic of the enchanted grounds of the former lung patients’ sanitorium in Beelitz is legendary.The next building I came to was more of a house or hotel type building than anything else. What's left of one of the rooms, increasing the theory that this was some sort of hotel or place of residence.When I got outside, the weather had changed rapidly, and it was now hammering down with rain. Due to the pouring rain and poor light, I decided to skip this house, and left the site.This view is normally reserved for birds on the wing. - Family ticket – 2 adults and own children/grandchildren aged under 18 years: €25.00 - Family ticket – 1 adult and own children/grandchildren aged under 18 years: €16.00 - Groups of 15 or more, per person: €8.50 - School classes / kindergarten groups / etc.: on request - Annual pass: €50.00 - Annual child’s pass: €30.00 - - Annual family pass – adult and own children/grandchildren aged under 18 years: €120.00 - March (every day): a.m. At a height of up to 36 metres, it offers fantastic views of and over the historic site, crossing above the multi-storey ruin of the Alpine House, where a real forest has developed on the roof over the past 60 years. Go on one of our guided tours and learn what it really means to “get moths”, discover the multifaceted inner workings of the unique historic buildings, and marvel at the biodiversity of the natural environment below the treetop path.