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TVN-Clips: Forgotten Places; The spirits of Beelitz

The 1898-1930 established by the National Insurance Institute Berlin Workers tuberculosis sanatoriums Beelitz form one of the largest hospital complexes in the surrounding areas. It is a listed ensemble of 60 buildings with a total area of about 200 ha. In two areas north of the railway line came the sanatoria, in the two southern areas sanatorium for treatment non-communicable diseases. The areas were separated by gender: west of the road, the women treatment centers and sanatoria as well, to the east of the same men treatment centers and sanatoria as well.

Mohammed Moyeez

Mohammed Moyeez is one of the authors writing for The Vintage News