Germany. He is still standing in Berlin. For the most part it is abandoned and derelict.
One of the most chilling parts of the world is in Berlin. Dilapidated and abandoned the Beelitz-Heilstätten hospital was where Adolf Hilter was cured of his wounds.
Many now wonder what would have happened if the Beelitz-Heilstätten had not been there to heal one of the darkest figures in the history of mankind. But it was in 1916, during World War II. Also, there are several assisted Nazi soldiers during the Second World War and then the Soviet military from 1945 until the Berlin Wall fell.
The hospital was built in 1898 as a sanatorium for patients with tuberculosis, a disease so deadly.
Today, only a small area of huge hospital for neurological rehabilitation works. But the rest is left reserved for the occasional tour, with its theaters and ruined psychiatry guards, according to the Huffington Post she says. Given this view, it is understandable why it is considered one of the most terrifying places on earth.
Photographer Kevin Hackert, who often portray forgotten places, the hospital published a photo essay in your Flickr account in a gallery that produces chills.