The Dr J. Babiński Neuropsychiatric Hospital [Kraków, Poland]

The Dr J. Babiński Neuropsychiatric Hospital, often called by locals ‘Kobierzyn’ because of the place where it’s situated, is the largest psychiatric hospital in Kraków. Apart from playing an important role in the provision of mental health services, the hospital is also a local heritage monument—the whole complex of the one-century old buildings surrounded by a picturesque park is listed in Kraków’s Monument Register.

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An Abandoned Soviet Hospital [Legnica, Poland]

An abandoned Soviet Hospital in Legnica with the history reaching back the beginning of XX century can be definitely called one of the greatest abandoned places in Poland. This huge hospital complex, built in 1929 by Germans and taken over by the Soviet army after World War II, consisted of several deparments, including Surgery, Infectious Diseases, Psychiatry and other ones.

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