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Belgium Holy Nurse Feb 16

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Another report from my euro weekender in Feb. Didnt know wether to put this in Religious sites or Hospitals, lol.

Quite enjoyed this place, in the middle of a busy town and visiting on a day where loads of tourists were out with there cameras, we had to get ourselves in 1 at a time due to its location and the amount of people about. No history other than this hospital was built in the mid 19th century.
Surprised its not in a worse state to be honest, although there was some damage in the chapel area and some left mixers which would of been hooked up to some audio eqiupment. 

On with some pics

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Thanks for taking the time to have a look


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11 minutes ago, Urbexbandoned said:

Really like this, both staircase shots are beautiful. Love the one with the stained glass :thumb 


I'd love to visit this myself :) 



Thanks very much :) yeah I'm haply with shot with stained glass in too. It's a beauty this place really, I enjoyed it 

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