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Tarina psychiatric hospital
Finland

Tarina's hospital is part of Kuopio University Hospital (KYS or KUH). In the early 1900s it was used as a tuberculosis hospital, hence the large, open balconies in the left hand side of the main building. It was believed that the fresh air of the esker's pine forest would be beneficial for the tuberculosis treatment. Nowadays the hospital has facilities for surgeries and psychiatry.

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Tags: winter; snow; outdoors; building; hospital; kys; tarina; siilinjärvi; esker
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