The Blue Hospital

Author sophos9 - Last updated: 07.06.2010

Bit of an unfinished business, we just walked past this beauty when we were in the vicinity last year. Ever since it has bugged me, and so one of my primary goals for the last trip was to finally visit this place.It’s a small soviet hospital, looks innocent and not very spectacular from the outside – but then there are these lovely blue surgery rooms, almost untouched, just natural decay… it’s really beautiful, but have a look yourself





Take a seat, will you?








#1jammMay 18, 2011, 5:15 pm

I say, There are about one of the best pictures i have seen. i love photography.

#2MaxMay 1, 2012, 3:11 am

If I see this pictures, my heart still bleed…
If we were there this year, there’s no untouched atmosphere anymore.

The lamps are gone, a lot was being destroyed by vandalism…
I didn’t understand this people…
But by the way, this are really beautiful pictures.

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