The abandoned history – Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport

A visit to Tempelhof abandoned airport, in Berlin.

Epitome of the Third Reich’s imperialistic dream. The third largest building in the world, 1,2 km in length.

War planes were built here during the II WW and the single parts to be assembled were supplied by a railway and trucks via connecting tunnels.

The administrative buildings and some of the hangars had cellars which were converted into bomb shelters.

In 1948 was the main hub of the Berlin Airlift, until 1993 was home of the USAF 735th Air base Group.

Today it is abandoned. And empty.

9 thoughts on “The abandoned history – Berlin’s Tempelhof Airport

  1. Andrew says:

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  2. Julius says:

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  3. Tommy Galskjær says:

    Absolutely beautiful photos you’ve made. I will bet that you only just scratched the surface of the enormous amount of picture that could be made from a place like this. But how did you get access to this? Isn’t is closed off for public? Would have liked to join you on a photographic journey in there.

    1. admin says:

      Thank you Erica, glad you like my photos.

      You know? I would love to visit Detroit and photograph its decay!


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