In urban exploration, if a spot carries the label "abandoned sanatorium", it's hard to say No if you're in the area, because, well, it's a sanatorium!
This was one of those spots. It was pretty clear that we couldn't expect much from this spot, but it was on the way, so we went there anyway.
It turned out that most of the buildings were walled shut, so we went for the main building - the only one that seemed accessible at first glance.
The sanatorium's buildings are right at the main road, so there was no parking. We made a left turn down a small path into the woods and found a small place that seemed alright for parking. It also gave us the opportunity to approach the buildings from the backside with no one being able to spot us from the road.
So we walked through the woods for a short while until we got to the construction fence that surrounded the premises. It was only a rudimentary security measure because it was full of holes that had been made by teenagers and copper thieves over the years.
Access was easy, and the building was as expected. Pretty run-down and not really worth a lot of our time.
On the way out, we discovered the stairs down to the basement, and the basement proved worthwhile after all, because there was a lot of beautiful decay, and we were able to get some nice shots using our flashlights.
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