June 10, 2023

Tour Report: Boarding School S.

The final spot that we chose to explore on our "escape" from the family reunion in Denmark in August 2019 was an abandoned boarding school. We had checked the place out about two years earlier, but were unable to find an access.
This time, however, we got a tip that there might be an open door somewhere on the backside of the building, so of course, we had to check it out and give it a try.
Since we didn't know what to expect, we parked way off so no one would suspect anything except a couple of tourists on a hike. We also managed to find a way onto the premises without being seen by the neighbors.
It didn't take us long to find the open door our friend had told us about.
As we entered, we were amazed at the condition of the place. At the time, it had been abandoned for at least four years - but apparently, the place was secured pretty well, so that it had been spared the fate of being raided by copper thieves.
Although the school had been used to accommodate refugees from 2012 until 2015, there was still a lot of school-typical stuff, such as books and documents, instruments in the science rooms, and even a grand piano and a drum kit.
In the basement, we found a complete exercise room. At that point, we discovered that the place still had electricity - something that is not uncommon in abandoned places in Denmark.
The only downside of the pristine condition of the place was that there was no real decay - but that is complaining at a really high level ;)
After about 90 minutes, we had finished our exploration and headed back to the car, so we would be back with the family in time for dinner.

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