It is unclear when this clinic opened but it seems to be the oldest of a line of clinics long a street near the town centre of its home in Germany. I have not managed to find an official history of the building but I will attempt to piece together the bits of information that I have found, but this is not based upon fact. It is both a personal home and a clinic previously owned by two doctors, a married couple that specialised in urology. It is said that the husband died in a car accident and his wife continued to practice and live in this clinic until she passed away in 1988. This is by far one of the most interesting locations I have ever visited and it is truly a time capsule, filled with old surgical equipment and even kidneys preserved in jars filled with formaldehyde. There is a very interesting story to be told by the artefacts left behind and I wish I had more time there to study them. The building consists of two intact consulting and operating rooms, a waiting area and reception, a laboratory, stores and upstairs, the living quarters of the couple. There are also libraries filled with literature relating to urology and even some literature from the Nazi era. Everything relating to the couple lives can be found in this home ranging from drugs, syringes, catheters and surgical equipment to wardrobes filled with stylish clothing from the 1950s and 1960s, stuffed animals and studies filled with books and paperwork. This place was a fascinating place to explore despite its state of decay and dereliction.