I went to Belgium a couple of weeks ago to an amazing abandoned hospital.
It’s called the St. Lucas clinic.

It was bought in 1945 to be converted into a clinic. It was just after the war so it took a couple of year to complete. In 1948 it opened its doors and the doctors could start their work.
The psychiatric wing was converted to house refugees in 2000 and it housed about 125.
It closed it doors in 2010.

It truly is a weird building. The operating theaters are quite intact with all the lights and beds/ chairs. Some of the rooms look like they only have been abandoned for a couple of weeks. They just closed the doors behind them and left most of the equipment. (Only in Belgium……)

Click here to take a look at my pictures.

Here is a panoramic picture of the place.

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