If you are a fan of urbex and mysterious abandoned places, you will be thrilled by a trip to the former site of the Rolava tin mine. Head to this curiosity in the western part of the Ore Mountains near the village of the same name.
Rolava is a village founded in the 17th century for tin mining, but after World War II the place was depopulated and incorporated into the border zone. Today, only a few houses used for recreational purposes remain. Most interesting are the ruins of the tin mine, which recall the sad history of the Second World War and its connection with the local tin mining factory.
Today, this place is popular not only with urbex enthusiasts, but also with cyclists and cross-country skiers.