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The history of the Holy Cross Hospital is surreal.

Built about 200 years ago, it has been renovated several times over the years then suddenly abandoned.

A new hospital was built exactly in front of it.

After a few years, they closed it too.

Two abandoned hospitals facing each other.

Strange life.

Inside

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Corridors

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Cold

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Please don't move

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Autopsy room

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Stairs

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Offices

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Going Nowhere

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Corridors

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Check up

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