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This is Manicomio Di V (Mental asylum). The hospital was built in 1930 due to growing demand for mental support in the region. The hospital closed in 1991 due to new laws.

 

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The overgrown church

 

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The entrance of the theatre 

 

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The decaying theatre 

 

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The old projector

 

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Fences to prevent patients escaping or committing suicide

 

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The overgrown roads through the facility

 

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The entrance of the shower building

 

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The shower rooms

 

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Decaying bathroom

 

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Picture of one of the patients

 

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This was the section were alcohol addicted people would be taken care of

 

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Old poster of a Lancia Prisma

 

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Backstage the theatre

 

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The stockroom 

 

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One room were the patients would sleep

 

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a couple of phones thrown in a corner

 

Thanks for looking!

 

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Really like this, proper decay. The fact the closed it due to new laws is slightly.... worrying. What were they doing there that was all of a sudden against the law, and enough to close it completely?

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Great pics. Always good if the security service doesn't see you. ;)  A friend was almost caught there two years ago.

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