Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

Abandoned Maternity Hospital was build in late of 19th century with beautiful architecture. The building is a U-shaped building, height of two floors, with an attic and basement. Because of its location is actually in the park, but still just above the sea, the hospital quickly gained a reputation as “elite”. In 2001, the maternity hospital stopped functioning. Doctors and other medical staff were assigned to other hospitals.

Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

Maternity hospital is situated in Petushki district, Vladimir region, city of Intercession. Maternity hospital was closed because of the shortage of doctors. However, as claimed by the regional health department has already allocated 25 million rubles for the restoration of the hospital, which will be located multidisciplinary medical center. flickr/EsseXploreR

During World War II it housed a hospital, then almost 30 years – a manufacturer of the inscription “Triangle” on the facade below the roof. In the next war “The Great Patriotic War”  the building again became a haven for the wounded, and in peacetime, it continued to be used for medical purposes. At first gynecological clinic was opened here, and then the hospital number 1, which existed until 2008.

Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

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Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

flickr/Olivia Bogucki

Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

flickr/Olivia Bogucki

Source – englishrussia.com

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12 thoughts on “Creepy And Abandoned Maternity Hospital

  1. Just like many other such buildings in Russia, it had been someone’s 19th century mansion before the revolution, then it got nationalized and re-purposed, then it served during the war, and eventually, after perestroika, the state ran out of funds, so they abandoned it. It isn’t above the sea, as there are no seas there, but rather near the river Klyaz’ma. It’s actually so close to Moscow that Lenin used to go hunting there. I doubt very strongly that its health department will have two rubles to rub together, let alone 25 million. My best guess will be that someone is doing it privately,under the aegida of the health department, to restore it to its prior elite status and make a ton of money. Because of its central location, it will probably work, so more power to them!

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