This is a small city somewhere in East Germany. Its citizens abandoned it long ago and these are just tourists who sometimes come visit this place…
what is the name of this city? how do you get there?
Read the last sentence below last picture
In Germany this city is called “Bielefeld”
I was ready to shout at you ER, but I finely read last words… Nice studios!
Wow, this set looks very well prepared, decorators did very good job!
It was build as a WW2 Movie-Set as you can clearly see . After about 60 years some plants would have been grown dont you think ?!
Looks like it was bombed yesterday .
Simply, go into the Mosfilm studios.
It’s in Moscow.
People seem to be getting more and more interested in something abandoned or the world after apocalypse. We should figure out why.
The car should have given you a clue that something is not right !!!!
Probably a movie set.
The car should have been the first give away. There’s no way that car would STILL be there after the war, either rusted out, or taken and rebuilt.
Looks very good though, very realistic.
sherlock, you can’t tell the age of the film. It would be a major mistake. I bet the film takes place during the war or like 1 day after.
“i bet” – in other words your just as clueless about the setting as he is, Sherlock.
Excelent for soft-air games!!!
You can tell that this is a movie set after just a few pictures.Not to say that is a poorly done it will look very believable in a film but if you are there in person or looking closely at pictures you can tell that the structures have no interior they are facades.
New job for computer graphics – deleting all skyscrapers on the background. Or dont film the sky…..
@ok4u2buFAN; RTA it’s not a real city. All you had to do to realise this was look at the car, awning cloth, and the lack of vegitation. These are obviously “It is a set…” Have a nice day.
Movie masterpieces were filmed at those studios.
That is a magnificent piece of work, the detail is amazing!
Ha! Ha! Ha!Ce teapa am luat.Am crezut ca sunt ramasite din al 2-lea razboi.
That can not be! Unbelivable! Ready set for Tarkovsky’s Stalker!!!
What movies where made there???
You could tell from the first picture its fake. Rubble does not add up to where it should and should not be. Some places, there is simply too much of it and question remains, how some piles can form if there are no destroyed walls nearby.
At photo 8 the sign that writes Apotheke (Αποθήκη), is the warehouse in Greek !!!
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