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The Blue Hospital (Nov 2014)

Visited with a non forum member - This hospital is part of a large former military camp which was taken over by the Red Army in 1945 until they left in 1990. Since then it has sat empty, slowly decaying. 

 

In my time I've happily wandered around many abandoned places with no bother including 4 different asylums on my own but, I'm not kidding this place really gave me the creeps.

 

 

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Evidence on the walls of the unmistakable Soviet presence once here - 

 

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Till next time....be seeing you!

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Looks like a very photogenic place :) I particularly like that mini-mural with the surgeons in pic 6 :thumb 

 

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Really nice collection of shots mate, loving all of that peely :thumb 

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Very nice place, like it.

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