One can modernize but the past will always be realized.
There are many places in Germany that either have been abandoned for a long time or are still in use despite having a long history that has yet to be revealed. Many records of these places were lost during World War II and the Cold War period, thus leaving us with oral sources and other means to find out their mysteries. Some of these places are unique and have been researched for quite some time but with little or no luck. The Flensburg Files features a page with a list of artifacts, which you can see while visiting Germany. Based on the model created by the Bridgehunter’s Chronicles (see here), this Mystery Places page provides you with some information and photos of places where more information is needed, as well as the follow-ups. In many cases, a map of the places is included in each of the artifacts profiled below. If you have discovered a place that has been abandoned, is unique and/or whose history and/or story you would like to know about, please contact Jason Smith at the Files, using the contact information in the About the Flensburg Files page. The Files will accept inquiries involving any unique building, factory, park, and the like. Any inquiries involving bridges will be forwarded to the Chronicles. The inquiry will be posted and this forwarded to the sources that will help dig out the information, together with the author.
List of Mystery Places in Germany:
THE SALT HOUSE IN BAD DURREMBERG (SAXANH)