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Poland Closed hospital - Poland, 2018

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The hospital was closed less than three years ago. The facility has functioned, among others orthopedics and traumatology, rheumatology, pulmonology and surgery. The total area of the facility is about 2.38 ha. As of today, little souvenirs remain in the middle. The only thing left was the lamps in the operating rooms and some glass equipment somewhere in the attic. Despite everything, the hospital has an amazing atmosphere ... until you want to walk the long corridors. The hospital is not haunted, it has no ghosts ... it is guarded ... motion detectors, cameras and a dog make the entrance into the wild border with a miracle. Thanks to this the building is in very good condition ....

(Sorry, translator)




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Really like that, especially those tiles. I particuarly like the green ones :P Very clean and looks like they are starting to dismantle with some of the bump strips and skirting boards gone from areas. Id visit that :thumb Nice shots, clear and crisp :)

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