6 Exploring Abandoned Hospitals

Exploring Abandoned Hospitals

Posted on February 22, 2012 by


Let’s start our tour of abandoned hospitals with this clinic which has become abandoned not very long ago.

“Out of order”.

Instructions on how to use the elevator.

“Individual health plan”.

“Pearl baths”.

–nextpage–

“Disabled persons of groups I and II served ahead of line”.

A directory.

Information stands.

“Work hours”.

“Medical certificates”.

–nextpage–

“Registration office. No trespassing!”

–nextpage–

“Fasting days”.

“Female doctors – Heroes of World War II”.

“Healing herbs”.

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6 responses to “Exploring Abandoned Hospitals”

  1. 山下智久 says:

    为什么会废弃?

  2. OldBikr says:

    What a shame. More doctors are needed everywhere, and the supplies/equipment that are going to waste could be helping some poor people somewhere in the World too.

  3. Y5K says:

    What is pearl baths? is it an alternative medicine? Also I can see herb pictures on the wall. Russian medicine looks a little bit different from western’s. interesting. Maybe chinese or traditional treatments of proven effect are mixed, I guess.

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