12 Abandoned Childrens Hospital

Abandoned Childrens Hospital

Posted on March 27, 2012 by


Once upon a time, there was a clinical hospital with a children’s department that was built in the Stalin-era. It was massive and solid and featured numerous staircases, elevators, spacious attics, fanciful basements and a few built-in anti-radiation shelters.

One day someone closed the hospital for reconstruction and took out its equipment and furniture. Then something went wrong and the building became abandoned...


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12 Responses to “Abandoned Childrens Hospital”

  1. Violin Sales says:

    Why this children hospital get abandoned? Do they didn’t care about children? Jesus enlighten there mind for the things that they do that they didn’t know.

  2. javox says:

    again why everything has to be abandone and none ask or do something???? whats wroong, thats a huge building

  3. misha says:

    your next page (2) keeps opening on to the same old page, not the page that preceded the first page; chair, life drawing of man, etc. thanks. very much like your site.

  4. PIF says:

    It’s amazing how many abandoned places Russia has. I suppose it’s a combination of factors like breakup of the USSR, population decrease, economic conditions, migration towards the cities and others…

  5. Daiku says:

    It’s a blood in bath ?!

  6. (r)evolutionist says:

    Capitalism kills.

  7. OLUT says:

    The sinks appear to be screaming.

  8. todd says:

    I think it would be worth a trip over to ussr to see some of these spots,Yes ghostly empty whole towns just empty.

  9. skopeil says:

    Russia are the most mysterious country…i like it.

  10. BringBackSovietUnion says:

    That’s what happens when Capitalism takes over. The Soviet Union made sure of caring of all places. Now it takes Capitalism to get anything done as far as repairs. Capitalism kills more people worldwide than Stalin could have ever dreamed of achieving, so who’s the bigger murderer?

  11. tall_will says:

    How do lights still function in these places? Did they not disconnect the electricity?

  12. Olipole says:

    Maybe the poor conditions , the people were living in. Many people had to migrate to other places as well. Seems like they make their own rules. Children were probably not treated properly and wounded up dying. It’s a huge building to make huge mistakes. And electricity was not their main problem. Suffering bankruptcy was big and people were not prepared for the future.

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