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Tarina hospital, backyard
Finland

Tarina's hospital, six storey with large balconies for tuberculosis treatment. It was believed that the fresh air from the surrounding forests would cure it. Nowadays it houses a psych ward and surgeries, part of Kuopio University Hospital or KYS for short.

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Uploaded: 29/01/2012
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