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Abandoned Place: Teufelsberg Berlin

It’s the third time, that I have PictureReport in the program. The first time I wrote about the filmmakers crew was last winter, when they published that beautiful urban winter atmosphere video. And then, four weeks ago I wrote about the first two parts of their abandoned places series.

This time, I write because they filmed another known abandoned place in Berlin: The NSA station Teufelsberg Berlin, which is empty since Americans and Britons left the listening station in 1991. The entire area is abandoned since 2000.

In addition to the other great videos, this one catches the depressing but also adventurous and past impressions, emotions and feelings, of that strange place. I love that work and you should watch it now – thumbs up!

If you’re a fan of abandoned places, you should cast an eye at other abandoned places around the world…

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  1. Neat video, it really sets a scene.. I am impressed.

    (Hopefully I will get tha chance to see the location with my own eyes next week..)

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It spreads the urban Berlin voice loud and clear to metropolises far and wide and celebrates the urban arts, urban exploration movement and guerilla art interventions with news about artists, trends and exhibitions, since 2009.

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